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NeurosurgeryPAC E-News Update

NeurosurgeryPAC thanks its supporters for contributing this year. Your contributions enabled the PAC to support members of Congress and candidates who support our priority issues. While NeurosurgeryPAC has raised $178,642, it is still shy of reaching its 2020 election cycle goal of $500,000. To make your 2020 contribution, please use the online donation option by logging into, going to the online fundraising website or texting "AANSPAC" to 71777.

Before the November elections, NeurosurgeryPAC made the following additional pre-election contributions to the following members of Congress and candidates who support organized neurosurgery's 2020 Legislative and Regulatory Agenda. Candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives included Reps. Brian Babin, DDS, (R-Texas); Andy Barr (R-Ky.); Ami Bera, MD, (D-Calif.); Max Rose (D-N.Y.); and Raul Ruiz, MD, (D-Calif.). Candidates for the U.S. Senate included Sen. Bill Cassidy, MD, (R-La.) and Rep. Roger Marshall, MD, (R-Kan.).

While election results are not yet final, most NeurosurgeryPAC-backed candidates prevailed. A complete report on the 2020 elections is forthcoming.

NeurosurgeryPAC is a nonpartisan political action committee and does not base its decisions on party affiliation, but instead focuses on the voting records and campaign pledges of candidates. Click here for more information about NeurosurgeryPAC, including the current list of donors, candidates receiving NeurosurgeryPAC support and more about the PAC in action.

Editor's Note: AANS members who are citizens of the United States and pay dues or have voting privileges may contribute to NeurosurgeryPAC, as may AANS candidate members. All contributions must be drawn on personal accounts and any corporate contributions to NeurosurgeryPAC will be used for administrative expenses and other activities permissible under federal law. Contributions are not tax-deductible. Federal law requires NeurosurgeryPAC to use its best efforts to collect and report the name, mailing address, occupation and the name of the employer of every individual whose contributions exceed $200 in a calendar year.