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Join the fight to protect our profession - join ArMPAC today!
At this critical juncture in health care policy, the decisions our leaders make will have an immense impact on our profession and our patients for generations to come. It is more important than ever to make sure our voices are heard.
Gary Figge, MD, MS, FACEP, ArMPAC Chair
“I give to ArMPAC because it’s the most effective way to protect our profession. More and more, our elected leaders are controlling and regulating the practice of medicine. They are virtually involved in every aspect of the medical field - from licensure and regulation to implementation of the state’s role in national health care reform, managed care and workers’ compensation; from public health to medical liability and scope of practice issues. A strong ArMPAC can help ensure we elect candidates who are committed to ensuring physician voices are heard in the policy process.”
How it works - a record of success
Candidates who receive ArMPAC support have proven they are “friends of medicine” based on their history of voting or their stance on certain issues.
We encourage all ArMA members to contribute to ArMPAC and become members.
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ArMPAC 2018 Endorsements
To view our 2018 candidate endorsements please click HERE.
ARMPAC is a non-partisan, member-sponsored PAC organized to support medicine-friendly candidates running for office who are committed to addressing the multitude of issues involved in the delivery of quality medical care to all Arizona’s citizens.
Arizona Medical Association Political Action Committee » Donate OnlineThe Arizona Medical Political Action Committee (ArMPAC) Board of Directors provides financial support to candidates for statewide offices who generally support the goals and objectives of ArMA and advises the American Medical Political Action Committee (AMPAC) on financial support of candidates to Arizona’s congressional delegation.
Arizona Medical Association Political Action Committee Additional Details »