Statement from the American Medical Association Regarding Recent Violent Events on Capitol Hill and AMPAC Contribution Procedures
As healers, physicians abhor violence and were shocked and dismayed by the events of January 6 at the United States Capitol. In the days since, we have received inquiries about how that event may impact our future support of Congressional candidates. AMPAC, the AMA’s independent bipartisan political action committee, carefully considers all budgeting and contribution decisions. This is a rigorous process that evolves throughout each two-year election cycle. While this process has not yet formally begun for the 2021-2022 cycle, the AMPAC board’s deliberative process will include a review of the recent electoral college certification vote and the violent attacks that occurred at the U.S. Capitol.
2021 Capitol Club Platinum and Capitol Club Gold members are invited to attend a Virtual Capitol Club Event during the National Advocacy Conference with Special Guest, the Hon. Mariannette Miller-Meeks, MD (IA-02) on Wednesday, February 24 at 10:00 a.m. CT. For questions or to learn more, please contact Anne-Wesley Teague at Anne-Wesley.Teague@ama-assn.org.