By – Parker Erickson
AMAC is taking two steps to make sure Congress keeps their promises.
- We are forming local AMAC Chapters in every Congressional district.
- We are starting the AMAC Army, an Army of volunteers to take action when needed.
As we’ve listened to our delegates and members from all across the country, one thing has been made clear—our members want to meet and interact with other like-minded seniors in their areas. AMAC is introducing a new program where members in the same Congressional District can get together to discuss issues and topics that are important to them. AMAC is formally introducing the AMAC Chapter Program and announcing the formation of our AMAC Army.
AMAC Chapters are meant to serve as a club for conservative seniors to talk politics, current events, and how to reach their local members of Congress. AMAC will also provide programs and information about current issues to help educate our members tell them the truth about what is really going on in Washington.
The Chapter program will serve two vital functions: 1) facilitate delegates and members meeting with each other in their Congressional districts, and 2) allowing large groups of seniors meet with their Congressman outside of normal town halls.
Ideally, these chapters will comprise between 50 -100 members who are in touch with the political situation in Washington, DC, who meet with their Congressman at least twice a year. Within each chapter we will have volunteers in our Army.
Members of the AMAC Army will be AMAC’s “first responders” when important issues and votes happen in Washington. Imagine this, a key vote is set to happen on Capitol Hill regarding an issue AMAC members are concerned about (immigration, healthcare, taxes, etc.). From our offices in Florida, we call every Chapter president to let them know we need members to go to their Congressman’s office and make their voice heard before they vote. Within hours, dozens of seniors show up at the doorstep of their Congressman making their voice heard!
When asked about the formation of the AMAC Chapters, Dan Weber, the president and founder of AMAC said, “There is a strong need for the voters to have a way to get Members of the Congress to listen to us. What better way than to organize local Chapters where citizens can join together and speak with one united powerful voice?” Letters and calls can only go so far, but when constituents’ shows up to make their voices heard, their opinions carry a lot more weight.
As our members already know, in nearly every Congressional district, AMAC has a delegate who facilitates town halls with their member of Congress, meets annually with their Congressman, and participates in monthly delegate calls. While many delegates expressed interest in becoming Chapter presidents, you do not have to be the Delegate to be a chapter president. There are still several chapters that need a president to begin the process of meeting with other seniors, establishing relationships with their Congressman, and taking action to make sure their voice is heard. If you are interested in taking on a leadership role, please click on the button below, Dan Weber would like to speak with you!
Likewise, if you believe that actions speak louder than words, join the AMAC army, home of conservative activists. We’ll put you to work!
We have an opportunity unlike anything we’ve experienced in recent history. We have a Republican House, a Republican Senate, and a Republican in the White House. The time to enact real change and save this country for our children and grandchildren rests solely on our shoulders. Let’s take up the fight and make sure this country is returned to its rightful place as the superpower it is. Join AMAC’s Chapter Program and/or Army to make the country, and your community, great again!
If you’re interested in being a Chapter President or a Chapter Member:
If you’re also interested in joining the AMAC ARMY: