TEXPAC is a non-partisan State and Federal Political Action Committee advocating on behalf of more than 50,000 Texas physicians, residents, and medical students.
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TEXPAC gets the right candidates elected to stand up for physicians and our patients.
From Medicaid to tort reform to health insurance, TEXPAC keeps you informed on the issues that matter.
Tell your elected officials what you and your patients need.
TEXPAC gives physicians a voice at the crowded table of politics — and ensures elected officials are held accountable through a democratic, bipartisan endorsement process. Find out how you can get involved in getting the right people in the legislature.
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Politicians control the practice of medicine. By having a strong TEXPAC, we can help elect “medicine-friendly” candidates who will be most likely to support the TMA commitment to improve the health of all Texans.
TEXPAC has a strong tradition of enormous success in staving off attacks on tort reform, increasing Medicaid payments, and stopping scope of practice incursions.
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Christine Mojezati is TMA’s director of political education and the director of TEXPAC. She previously worked in the Texas House of Representatives, the Texas Senate, and on several campaigns across the state. She has served in every role on a campaign from grassroots to managing county-level, legislative, statewide, and federal campaigns. Please contact her at Christine.email@example.com for more information about the TEXPAC team.