TCA Political Action Committee (PAC)


TCA PAC


The Texas Chiropractic Association Political Action Committee (TCA PAC) works to promote the inclusion of chiropractic and the improvement of Texas patients’ health care by raising funds and contributing to support worthy candidates for state office who have demonstrated their belief in the value of chiropractic and the legislative agenda of the Texas Chiropractic Association.

With TCA leading the charge, a record four pro-chiropractic bills were signed into law during the 2017 Texas Legislative Session. The 2019 Texas Legislative Session will be even more pivotal for the future of the chiropractic profession in the Lone Star State.

As part of its legislative agenda, TCA has authored several bills that will advance chiropractic and build on the momentum we’ve created. But it takes friends to get things done, elected officials who are willing to sponsor our bills and flex their political muscle for chiropractic.

On the heels of our recent successes, now is the time to support candidates who will fight for chiropractic in the Legislature. 

CONTRIBUTE NOW!

Political advertising paid for by the Texas Chiropractic Association Political Action Committee, 1122 Colorado Street, Ste. 307, Austin TX 78701.


Dr. Don White

TCA  is counting on you – and all of our members -- to become PAC donors. That means making an annual donation – or, better yet, a monthly contribution to the TCA PAC. You can donate to the PAC online or complete the PAC donation form and return it to the TCA office. You can also call the TCA office at (512) 477-9292 to make a contribution.


In addition, TCA hosts PAC fundraisers for TCA-backed candidates across the state. If there’s a PAC event in your area, plan to attend, bring a check for the candidate and invite another chiropractor. Your individual PAC donation supplements the contributions TCA makes to our top candidates. Together, we can bring greater awareness to chiropractic in Texas!


Don White, DC
Chair, TCA Legislative Affairs Committee

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