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PharmPAC

 

The Role of PharmPAC

PharmPAC is the political action committee of Texas Pharmacy Association.  Its primary focus is to heighten pharmacy’s awareness and increase pharmacy’s influence in the state’s political and governmental process.  Working on behalf of Texas pharmacy professionals and the patients they serve, PharmPAC assists TPA in public policy education, political activities, grassroots and advocacy.  

 

PharmPAC helps build and strengthen relationships with state officeholders and encourages positive dialogue and sound legislation that protects the pharmacy profession and enhances your abilities to help patients.  

 

The formal goals of PharmPAC are:

  • To improve and protect the pharmacy profession by encouraging pharmacists, technicians, students and other individuals – on a non-partisan basis - to become more active and effective in state governmental affairs;

  • To assist pharmacy professionals and other individuals in understanding the actions of state government regarding important political issues as well as the political and legislative records of state officeholders and candidates for public office;

  • To educate pharmacy professionals and others about the political/legislative process and encourage their greater involvement in the electoral process and voting;

  • To promote fair and responsible legislation affecting pharmacies, pharmacy professionals and patients;

  • To solicit financial contributions from pharmacy professionals and others to be used in assisting state officeholders and candidates for public office;

  • To assist and support state officeholders and candidates for public office through PharmPAC political endorsements and financial support; and

  • To uphold the tradition of individual liberty and support the rights guaranteed by the constitutions and laws of the United States and the State of Texas. 


Contact PharmPAC

If you have questions, contact Justin Hudman, Division Director, Public Affairs

 

 

PharmPAC is the political action committee of the Texas Pharmacy Association, 3200 Steck Ave., Suite 370, Austin, Texas 78757.  According to Texas Government Code 305.027, the material in this section may be considered "legislative advertising."  Authorization for its publication is made by Carol Reagan, Interim-Chief Executive Officer, Texas Pharmacy Association.

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