IMPAC FAQ

What is a PAC?

Political Action Committee (PAC), is a popular term for a political committee organized for the purpose of raising and spending money to elect and defeat candidates.

What is IMPAC?

The Illinois State Medical Society Political Action Committee (IMPAC), is a separate, voluntary, non-partisan, not-for-profit committee comprised of Illinois physicians and their spouses.

IMPAC gives 100% of contributions to help elect physician-friendly candidates into Illinois’ legislature and executive offices.

How does IMPAC identify physician-friendly candidates?

The IMPAC Council reviews many factors in determining “IMPAC-supported candidates” including, but not limited to:
  • The record of incumbents in their support for and cooperation with physicians on health care matters
  • The input of local physicians
  • And the candidates viability to conduct a competitive campaign with an expectation of victory

Why should I contribute to IMPAC?

IMPAC needs your help to elect candidates who understand and are sympathetic to the practice pressures challenging today’s physician – and to defeat those candidates who are not.

IMPAC’s purpose is to protect YOU, your PRACTICE, and your PATIENTS.

IMPAC Leadership

IMPAC COUNCIL

  • Erin O’Brien
  • VP State Legislative Affairs
  • 312-580-6488 (Chicago)
  • 217-757-3011 (Springfield)
  • 312-339-5232 (Cell)
  • Ross Kwasneski
  • Political Affairs Associate
  • 312-580-6443 (Chicago)
  • 312-515-5308 (Cell)

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Paid for by IMPAC. Contributions are not limited to the suggested amount. The Illinois State Medical Society will not favor or disadvantage anyone based upon the amounts of or failure of a member to make PAC contributions. IMPAC reports are filed with the State Board of Elections, 1020 S. Spring Street, Springfield, IL 62704. Voluntary membership contributions support candidates for public office in Illinois. IMPAC contributions can be made with a corporate or personal check. Contributions to IMPAC are not deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes.