Updates on call-to-action campaigns:
Texas Transactional Gold & Silver Special Session Support Campaign
So far, 848 messages have been sent to Governor Abbott asking him to include transactional gold and silver in the next session. This campaign serves as a follow-up to one we ran in May that specified a bill that would allow Texans to use modern banking applications to make transactions using silver and gold, thus hedging their finances against inflation and outside threats on the dollar.
Ohio HB 59 Hospital Price Transparency Senate Support Campaign
This campaign targets the Ohio Senate. This is a follow-up to a targeted campaign we ran in April that asked the Ohio House Majority (Republican) Leadership to move this bill along. Now, we’re asking the Senate to vote YES on this bill for hospital price transparency that would use actual pricing, not cost estimates. We’ve been working with Patient Rights Advocates on this bill. So far, 523 messages have been sent to the Ohio Senate by AMAC members.
Ohio Issue 1 Get-Out-The-Vote Campaign
We launched a series of get-out-the-vote campaigns for Ohio’s November election. The first email blast launched on October 10 ahead of the first day of early voting on October 11. The campaign centers on Issue 1 which is a constitutional amendment that would enshrine abortion “rights” into the state’s constitution. This vaguely worded amendment could result in limitless, on-demand abortion in Ohio. Subsequent sends are scheduled for October 19, 30, and November 6. Election Day is November 7.
Lower Costs, More Transparency Act
Over 11,775 messages have been sent by AMAC members thus far to the US House of Representatives urging support for the LCMT Act. Even though the bill was pulled due to lack of Democrat support, it’s not dead and our advocacy will continue to keep the LCMT in Congress’ lexicon with the objective of getting this bill passed this year. Now that we have a Speaker, the Huse can get back to work on this legislation.
Thank you to Senator Rand Paul
We sent a thank-you letter to Senator Paul for his kind words about AMAC that were in his piece detailing the specifics of the AARP/UnitedHealth relationships.
His piece was published 10/25/23 on townhall.com: