Ohio ACEP PAC
Did you know you have your very own Political Action Committee? Ohio ACEP fights for you by helping to elect state candidates who understand issues facing emergency medicine and who support emergency physicians
How does Ohio ACEP PAC Make a Difference?
Through contributions to the Ohio ACEP Political Action Committee (Ohio ACEP PAC), we can help favorable legislators retain their elected positions.
But there’s more to Ohio ACEP PAC than contributions to political campaigns. While PAC contributions don’t “buy” legislation or legislators, they do provide us with opportunities to have conversations with policymakers in an informal setting. Through repeated interactions like these, we can build personal relationships with elected officials who value the input of physicians and physicians’ organizations.
Make a Contribution!
By contributing to Ohio ACEP Political Action Committee, you add clout to the collective voice of Ohio’s emergency physicians. Help us help you advance emergency care!
To contribute, call (614)792-6506 or visit www.ohacep.org/JoinPAC to download the contribution form.
Thank you for your support!
For additional information about the Ohio ACEP PAC, contact Executive Director and PAC Treasurer, Laura Tiberi.
National ACEP NEMPAC
Recognizing the growing importance of political action committees, the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) established the National Emergency Medicine Political Action Committee (NEMPAC) in 1980. NEMPAC is a voluntary, nonprofit, unincorporated association operating as a separate segregated fund of ACEP. NEMPAC is empowered to solicit, directly or indirectly, accept voluntary personal contributions from ACEP members, and to make expenditures in connection with the election of candidates for federal office. For more information on NEMPAC click here.
Contributions to Ohio ACEP PAC are not deductible for federal or state income tax purposes. Voluntary political contributions by individuals to Ohio ACEP PAC should be written on personal checks and are subject to limitations of FEC regulations. Ohio law prohibits corporations from making political contributions.