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What NATAPAC Does

 

Welcome to NATAPAC

The National Athletic Trainers’ Association Political Action Committee
Established in 2005, NATAPAC works on behalf of all athletic trainers to enhance health care for both athletic trainers and those who receive care. NATAPAC will work to effect change by supporting candidates for public office whose views and intentions mesh with our own goals. NATAPAC is the voice of the athletic training profession, seeking better working conditions, fair access and the right to practice for all athletic trainers across America. Do you want to make a difference in the future of the athletic training profession?
 
 
    NATAPAC, a political action committee connected to the National Athletic Trainers’ Association, is a federal group that provides campaign contributions to approved candidates on behalf of NATA. NATAPAC will give primarily to candidates for the United States Senate or United States House of Representatives. It is a nonpartisan group. Separately incorporated, NATAPAC operates under its own bylaws and articles of incorporation, and is governed by the NATAPAC Board of Directors. Each NATA district has a representative on the NATAPAC Board. Per FEC restrictions, NATAPAC will only accept contributions from NATA members. A political action committee is a private group that bands together to support candidates for public office. The Federal Election Commission sets rules governing PACs in the United States. Visit the FEC for more information.