SIRPAC

About SIRPAC

SIRPAC Board of Directors

Paul Rotolo, MD, Chair

Bill Majdalany, MD, Vice Chair

Michael Dake, MD, FSIR, President

Laura Findeiss, MD, FSIR, Immediate Past President

Raymond Liu, MD, FSIR, Economics Councilor

Ali Alikhani, MD, Member-at-Large

Arshad Khan, MD, FSIR, Member-at-Large

Meridith Englander, MD, FSIR, Member

Erica Holland, Interim Ex-Officio

Judi Buckalew, Staff Liaison

 

 

FAQs about SIRPAC

What is a PAC?
A political action committee (PAC) is a political committee dedicated to raising and investing money to elect or defeat political candidates. 

What does SIRPAC do?SIRPAC supports election campaigns for candidates who understand and support SIR interest.

How can I support SIRPAC?
Federal law allows an individual U.S. citizen to contribute a maximum of $5,000 per calendar year to a single PAC. Federal law requires political committees to report the name, mailing addresses, occupation and employer name of each individual whose contributions exceed $200 in a calendar year. Federal law also prohibits corporate and professional corporation checks or payment via corporate credit card. Only personal checks or credit cards are acceptable. Contributions are voluntary and not tax deductible. You may decline to contribute without reprisal. Contributions are not required as a condition of membership in SIR.
 
Key ways to support SIRPAC include:

How does my support of SIRPAC help IR?
Your contribution to SIRPAC will make a difference on Capitol Hill because it will directly support key congressional leaders and candidates with pro-health care and pro-IR agendas. All of your SIRPAC contributions go directly to these candidates.

Advance IR through advocacy

A donation to SIRPAC allows SIR to build relationships with key members of the House and Senate and their staffs to advance IR through legislation that promotes patient access to IR services.

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