2014 AMPAC Campaign School
April 2-6, 2014
Recognized as one of the top programs in the country, this comprehensive program will mold you into a winning political strategist and help you elect friends of medicine. The Campaign School is renowned for its use of a simulated campaign for the U.S. House of Representatives, complete with demographics, voting statistics and candidate biographies.
Participants are broken into campaign “staff” teams, and augment the instruction they receive during the day with nightly exercises in strategy, vote targeting, social media, paid advertising and public speaking. Insider tactics are taught by experts from both sides of the political spectrum. These professionals are the experts currently advising campaigns at every level around the country.
Attendees include physicians, spouses of physicians, residents and medical students interested in becoming more involved in politics. Participants range from those attracted to grassroots efforts to those considering becoming a candidate for public office. During the five days, you will develop a new understanding of how campaigns are run. As a graduate of the AMPAC program, candidates will rely on you to give them advice on strategy, message and campaign plans.
News & Tweets
KPAC, AMPAC Host 2nd 2014 Regional Seminar
OMPAC, AMPAC Co-host Regional Campaign & Grassroots Seminar
40 physicians and friends of medicine gathered at the headquarters of the Oregon Medical Association (OMA) on January 24th for “Learn to be Your Best Advocate,” the first of at least 6 Regional Campaign and Grassroots Seminars to be co-hosted by AMPAC and state medical societies in 2014. The 6 hour training featured practical tips for improving physicians’ legislative and political effectiveness in both Salem and Washington, DC. more
AMPAC Co-Hosts Campaign Seminar with CMS
On October 12th, 50 physicians and medical students attended a Regional Campaign and Grassroots Seminar in Denver, CO co-hosted by the Colorado Medical Society (CMS) and AMPAC. more
Another Successful AMPAC Federation Meeting