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Physicians in Congress

2012 was again a landmark election in terms of physician candidates, with 50 physicians running as challengers or in open seats for federal office at one point during the cycle.  The 113th Congress will welcome two new physicians to the House of Representatives.

Twenty physicians are currently serving in the 113th Congress which include three senators, 16 representatives and one delegate. Seven of these members of Congress are graduates of AMPAC’s Candidate Workshop and/or Campaign School.

If you have ever thought of running for office, or working on a campaign, now’s the time to get involved. AMPAC’s Candidate Workshop, designed for those physicians, spouses and medical society staff who are interested in running for office will be held again in February 2013 in the Washington, D.C. area.  For those individuals looking to volunteer on campaigns, the Campaign School will be held in April 2013.

Apply today!

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AMPAC Co-Hosts Regional Campaign and Grassroots Seminar with MSSNY
On April 10, 35 physicians attended the latest Regional Campaign and Grassroots Seminar, co-hosted by the Medical Society of the State of New York (MSSNY) and AMPAC. The Seminar was held in advance of MSSNY’s Annual Meeting in Tarrytown, NY. more

AMPAC Co-Hosts Regional Campaign and Grassroots Seminar with OSMA
On April 4, 2014, over 80 physicians and friends of medicine attended a Regional Grassroots and Campaign Seminar in Columbus, Ohio, co-hosted by AMPAC and the Ohio State Medical Association (OSMA). The Seminar was held in advance of OSMA’s annual meeting and was part of OSMA’s 12th Annual Education Symposium. more

NCMSPAC, AMPAC Co-Host Regional Seminar
On March 22, 40 physicians and friends of medicine attended the latest Regional Campaign and Grassroots Seminar, co-hosted by AMPAC and North Carolina Medical Society (NCMS). The Seminar was held as NCMS seeks to engage its members and North Carolina legislators on proposed reforms to Medicaid the will enhance physician input into new models for car delivery for the Tarheel State’s Medicaid population. more

KPAC, AMPAC Host 2nd 2014 Regional Seminar
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