American Dental Political Action Committee
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On behalf of the American Dental Political Action Committee (ADPAC), I am pleased to welcome you to the new ADPAC homepage.
ADPAC is committed to providing complete transparency to our members regarding PAC financial information, activities and accomplishments.
ADPAC gives dentists a voice in the public policy arena on behalf of your practice, patients and profession, and is our most powerful resource to make a difference in Washington.
This website allows you to see many different aspects of ADPAC and why we need your participation and commitment. The ADPAC Board has set a goal of continuing our growth to increase membership participation by 25 percent and receipts by 15 percent, working toward our overall goal of being the largest health care PAC in the U.S.
Contribute Directly to the Campaigns of ADPAC Supported Candidates
In the 2016 election cycle, ADA dentists have rallied around their fellow colleagues running for U.S. Congress. Dentists raised an impressive amount for U.S. Representatives Mike Simpson, DMD (ID-02), Paul Gosar, DDS (AZ-04) and Brian Babin, DDS (TX-36) as well as candidates for Congress Fred Costello, DDS (FL-06) and Drew Ferguson, DMD (GA-03).
Learn more about our candidates
Contribute to these campaigns
If you have any questions or would like additional information regarding ADPAC, please contact Sarah Milligan, ADPAC Director, at email@example.com or 202.789.5171.
ADPAC gives dentists One Voice United in Washington, D.C. Thank you for your continued support, allowing us to continue promoting growth and preserving the future of dentistry.
Dr. Bruce Hutchison
ADPAC Political Education Series
The Political Education Series has moved please visit: ADA.org/ADPACelection2016
ADPAC is a federally registered political committee and the contributions it receives are used to support federal candidates and committees. Contributions to ADPAC are voluntary and any person has the right to refuse to contribute without reprisal. The contribution guidelines are merely suggestions and a person may contribute more, less or not at all without concern of favor or disadvantage by the ADA. Corporate donations will not be used by ADPAC for contributions but will be used exclusively to pay for the administrative and operating expenses for ADPAC or related political activity. Contributions are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal tax purposes. Federal law requires ADPAC to request the name, address, occupation, and employer for each person whose contributions exceed two hundred dollars ($200.00) in a calendar year. If you need additional information, please contact us at 202.898.2424 or firstname.lastname@example.org.