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AMPAC offers two political
training opportunities

Physicians and medical students interested in becoming more involved in politics are invited to apply for the American Medical Association’s (AMA’s) 2014 AMPAC Campaign School April 2-6 in Washington, DC. Recognized as one of the top programs in the country, the AMPAC Campaign School will mold participants into winning political strategists.

AMPAC also offers a three-day Candidate Workshop for physicians interested in becoming a candidate for public office. Participants will receive expert advice from political veterans during the workshop, which is scheduled for February 14-16 in Washington, DC.

AMPAC, the AMA’s bipartisan political action committee, covers all costs (except transportation) for AMA members accepted into the Campaign School and Candidate Workshop. For more information, call 202.789.7465 or e-mail AMPAC.

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