LPAC is a Super PAC founded in 2012 to represent the interests of lesbians in the United States.
LPAC may also refer to:
- LaRouche Political Action Committee, a political action committee comprising part of the Worldwide LaRouche Youth Movement
- Liberty Political Action Conference, a political conference held annually by Campaign for Liberty
- Lincoln Performing Arts Centre, an auditorium in Lincoln, England
- London Planning Advisory Committee, a former organisation of local government in London, England
- Lossless predictive audio compression, a lossless audio compression algorithm
- L-PAC, a chemical substance
LPAC is a Super PAC founded in 2012 to represent the interests of lesbians in the United States, and to campaign on LGBT and women's rights issues. According to its chair it was the first Super PAC of its kind. Its supporters include Billie Jean King, Jane Lynch, Laura Ricketts and Urvashi Vaid. On its first day of operations, LPAC raised $200,000. In April 2015 LPAC endorsed Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.