A Message from our Co-Chairs 

As a regulated utility, government policies impact nearly every aspect of PPL’s business operations. From setting a national climate policy to siting energy infrastructure projects, these crucial decisions are all made by government entities at the state and federal level.

In order to ensure company views are well represented throughout the legislative process, many PPL employees choose to participate in People for Good Government (PGG) – PPL’s voluntary, nonpartisan, employee-supported political action committee.

Through PGG, PPL can engage in the political process and build relationships with the lawmakers setting the policies on major issues of importance to the company. PGG contributions create opportunities to educate policymakers and exchange ideas that can lead to improved legislative outcomes and enhance PPL’s ability to meet our core mission: providing safe, affordable, reliable, sustainable energy to our customers and superior long-term returns to our shareowners.

PGG is a member-driven organization. It is governed by a steering committee made up entirely of PPL employees and all contribution decisions are approved by allocations committees. These committees are made up of PPL employees with several seats elected directly by PGG members.

With major public policy decisions being made every day, it’s more important than ever for PPL to remain involved in the political process. PGG offers employees an ideal environment to stay informed and ensure that perspectives on issues important to the company are shared with our elected officials.

To current PGG members – thank you for your support. To prospective members, thank you for visiting our site. Please reach out to us directly with any questions or feedback on how to improve PGG.

Barbara Sexton

Kenneth Lynch

Let your voice be heard.

There are many benefits to becoming involved in PGG. By joining, you can make a real difference in both federal and state elections. Please consider joining or, if you are already a member, renewing your membership or increasing your contribution level.



PGG General Member benefits include:​

  • Exclusive PGG members-only events featuring dynamic policymakers and lawmakers​

  • Networking opportunities with senior leadership​

  • PGG communications with legislative and policy updates

  • Knowing you’re active in the political process and helping your company succeed!​



PGG Champion Member benefits include:

  • General Member benefits, plus:

    • Recognition gift

    • Champion Member-only events


If you are already a member and wish to remain at your current level, your contribution will roll over.

Please note, with pay increases your membership may change. Reference the chart below if you would like to increase your contribution to Champion level, or if you would like to verify your status.


Champion Level

Payroll Deduction

Annual Base Salary Biweekly Deduction Percentage Weekly Deduction Amount (depending on salary)
<$50,000 .25% Up to $2.40
$50,000 – $99,999 .50% From $4.80 to $9.60
$100,000 – $149,999 1% From $19.20 to $28.85
$150,000 and above 1.2% From $34.60


If you have questions about membership, please contact Kathleen Oswalt kaoswalt@pplweb.com



PGG Campaign Events

  • May 4, 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. – A virtual discussion with Senator Bob Casey. Senator Casey will share his perspective on the important issues, including clean energy tax package pending in the Senate, implementation of the bipartisan infrastructure bill and more.

    Register here

  • May 18, 12 p.m.-1 p.m. –  A virtual discussion with Pa Chamber President Gene Barr. Join us for a discussion with Pa Chamber President Gene Barr who will discuss the changing political climate in Pennsylvania and its impact on businesses and energy issues.

    Register here

  • May 24, 2 p.m.-3 p.m. – Coffee with congress –a virtual PGG event focusing on bipartisanship solutions in congress. Please join us for a PGG Virtual event with Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (R-PA) and Congressman Josh Gottheimer (D-NJ), Co-Chairs of the “Problem Solvers Caucus” in the US House of Representative.

    Register here

Quick Facts About PGG

  • PPL pays all administrative expenses of the PAC as allowed by law.​

  • PGG is non-partisan.​

  • Supported candidates are chosen by meeting a set of contribution criteria.​

  • PGG is governed by a Steering Committee that represents your interests when it comes to decisions about the PAC.

  • PGG contributions are subject to state and federal limits and are fully disclosed in accordance with the law. In addition to being available through public filings, PGG shares a list of contributions with members of the PAC on a regular basis.

Legal Disclaimer

This website is an informational forum for PGG members, and is an introduction to non-member PPL employees, to explain the purpose of People for Good Government. It is not a solicitation for funds. Solicitations for funds are part of a specific campaign that follows Federal Election Commission regulations on which employees may or may not be solicited, and the manner in which they may be solicited. This website is not part of any PGG solicitation campaign.