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ACC on the Hill

Cardiology leaders and Sen. Michael Bennett (D-CO) during a Capitol Hill fly-in

What Members Are Saying

"I’d like to challenge us all to think about 'Advocacy,' not in the polarizing political party sense, but as two-way communication with policymakers, regardless of political affiliation, about how we can best work together to ensure cardiovascular patients have access to the best and most appropriate care." 
            -Eugene Sherman, MD, FACC

“We must take our stories – from the trenches in the hospital, the clinic and the lab – to the table of the legislators and administrators.” 
            - Ada Stefanescu, MD, Fellow-In-Training
The American College of Cardiology Political Action Committee was established with the approval of the governing body of the ACC to increase the political power and voice of members of the College. ACCPAC is a voluntary, non-profit, unincorporated association, independent of, and not affiliated with, any political party or candidate.