As healers, physicians abhor violence. We were shocked and dismayed by the events of January 6 at the United States Capitol. Presently, the AMPAC Board of Directors will begin its normal process of considering contributions to candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate. The January votes of incumbent members of Congress will be considered as part of our decision-making process throughout the 2022 cycle. AMPAC will not make any campaign contributions to members of Congress who voted to decertify the electoral college results in the wake of violent acts at the Capitol for the next six months. We acknowledge our fiduciary responsibility to pursue our duties with due diligence and to maintain our bipartisan reputation in support of the AMA’s federal advocacy agenda.
Please stop by AMPAC’s virtual booth for any questions you may have regarding your 2021 membership status or to make your 2021 AMPAC contribution. We will also be recognizing AMPAC’s 2021 Capitol Club donors.
Please join using the Zoom link here during scheduled booth hours.
The AMPAC Board of Directors cordially invites 2021 Capitol Club members to attend a special Capitol Club Virtual event on Tuesday, June 15th at 12:00 pm CT with guest speaker Jonathan Swan, National Political Reporter at Axios. Known as one of the best sourced reporters of the West Wing, Swan will lead a discussion on the political landscape today and take questions live during the event. Register today!
Please note the Capitol Club virtual event is restricted to current 2021 Capitol Club members only. For questions, contact Anne-Wesley.Teague@ama-assn.org.