Ob-GynPAC is the only federal political action committee representing our specialty, working to elect individuals for the US Congress and the Statehouses and helping ACOG members develop important relationships with your elected officials.
Ob-GynPAC works with Congress and other physician specialty groups to make sure that our concerns and interests are at the top of the Congressional agenda. Contributions from ACOG members like you help us elect candidates who support ACOG’s legislative agenda including medical liability reform, in-office ultrasounds, and Medicare physician payment, as well as our commitment to keeping legislative interference out of our exam rooms and promoting awareness and support for all aspects of women’s health.
Ob‐GynPAC helps elects candidates who support ob-gyns through direct campaign contributions, independent expenditures, and supporting leadership PACs. We use every dollar you contribute to protect our specialty, help our patients by electing ob-gyn friends, and defeat our adversaries when we must. Under Ob-GynPAC, ACOG Fellows and Junior Fellows from every State come together, regardless of personal political preferences or party labels, to help win legislative battles that we face together. In only a few short years, Ob-GynPAC has become one of the biggest and most powerful physician PACs in America due to the support of you and your colleagues.
Ob-GynPAC represents your professional interests. Through Ob-GynPAC, your practice, patients and specialty are represented with one unified voice on Capitol Hill, in the State Capitals, and throughout the Nation.
Ob-GynPAC: We elect people, not parties
Ob-GynPAC, the only federal Ob-Gyn political action committee, is completely dedicated to advocating for Ob-Gyns, our specialty and our patients. We have no allegiance to any political party; our allegiance is to you and our specialty.
Your contributions to Ob-GynPAC help elect pro-physician candidates who support our work on these and other critical issues:
- Access to women's health care
- Protecting the patient-physician relationship
- Physician reimbursement
- Preventing unintended pregnancies
- Medical liability reform
- Women’s health care research and funding