Family Medicine Political Action Committee
The Family Medicine Political Action Committee (FMPAC) is a voluntary political action committee that provides family physicians in Michigan a powerful, unified voice in the State Legislature; strengthens MAFP's efforts to impact health policy and the overall family medicine practice environment; and provides an opportunity for MAFP members to collectively support candidates for public office in Michigan who are interested in, and supportive of, issues that uphold MAFP's mission.
FMPAC Board members manage and ensure FMPAC is in compliance with all pertinent provisions set forth in the PAC Bylaws.
Applications to serve on the FMPAC Board of Directors are due no later than March 1; however, interested individuals are encouraged to submit application materials at their earliest convenience.
Family Medicine Political Action Committee Board of Directors
Elizabeth 'Libby' Pionk, DO, FAAFP
Tina Tanner, MD, FAAFP
|Karlene Ketola, MSA, CAE
|Srikar Reddy, MD, FAAFP
|Lauren Abdul-Majeed, MD, MPH
|E. Chris Bush, MD, FAAFP
|David Eisinger, MD, MPA
|Robert Jackson, MD, MMM, FAAFP
Director of Government Relations
Support your Voice in Lansing by Contributing Today!
Contribute via credit card (MasterCard, Visa, Discover, or American Express; you do not need to create a PayPal account) or download a contribution form.
If your practice is incorporated, Family Medicine PAC voluntary contribution checks should be written on personal checks. Family Medicine PAC contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions for income tax purposes.
The Family Medicine PAC collects MAFP members' contributions into a single account and distributes them to candidates under the direction of the Family Medicine PAC Committee.
Copies of Family Medicine PAC reports are filed with the Michigan Department of State Bureau of Elections in Lansing, MI.
FamMedPAC is you voice in Washington DC. FamMedPAC works to ensure that family medicine has strong support in congressional deliberations when crucial policy decisions are made. Learn more!
Unsure about what a PAC is, what the Family Medicine PAC does, who can contrtibute, and what contributions are use for? We have compiled a list of answers to the most frequently asked questions about political action committees.
If you have additional questions, please contact MAFP's Director of Government Affairs, Matt Black, at [email protected] or 517.664.9082.