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If you have any questions about the Friends of Community Oncology PAC please fill out the form below. Also, we might already have the answer to your question, see the most frequently asked questions below to find some quick answers.
A political action committee (PAC) is an organization registered with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) for the purpose of pooling together funds from contributors in order to financially support federal candidates running for public office.
There are 535 members of Congress in Washington, DC, who have the authority to legislate and oversee regulatory actions that can affect our practices. A PAC is the most effective and transparent way for community oncology professionals to ensure their practices and patients avoid the burdens of misinformed legislation and regulatory action. Through the PAC, we have a seat at the table with the most critical audiences in Washington, DC. Active political engagement is vital to maintaining a competitive advantage.
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Disclaimer: The Friends of Community Oncology PAC is a political action committee registered with the Federal Election Commission (FEC). All contributions are voluntary. Contributions to the Friends of Community Oncology PAC are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Contributions will be used for supporting candidates and committees in federal or state elections and are subject to the prohibitions and limitations set forth by the FEC. Any contribution level guidelines set forth are suggestions and an individual may contribute more or less than the suggested amount or nothing at all. The Friends of Community Oncology PAC does not track users’ contributions through other avenues (e.g. fundraisers, candidates’ websites). Therefore, you are responsible for ensuring that your total contributions through these different avenues do not exceed campaign contribution limits. Under federal law, the Friends of Community Oncology PAC must exercise best efforts to request and report the name, address, occupation, and employer for each individual whose total contributions exceed $200.00 in a calendar year. All contributions must be drawn on personal accounts. The Friends of Community Oncology PAC is not sponsored by or connected to the Community Oncology Alliance (COA). Contributions of any amount or decision not to contribute or participate will not favor or disadvantage any contributor’s standing with the COA or its affiliates.