RADPAC gears up for its 5th Annual RADTOBERFEST to be held Oct 1 – November 6 (Election Day). This competition focuses on RFS vs. YPS giving, however any ACRA member who contributes during this time will be invited to RADPAC’s open-bar Reception at RSNA on Monday, November 26, from 10pm – midnight at Brando’s Speakeasy Karaoke bar. To learn more details, click here.


Week 2 Results

Radiology Candidate Makes Electoral History

In Arizona, Dr. Steve Ferrara made history as the first radiologist congressional candidate to win a contested primary race. Dr. Ferrara’s 59% of the vote (more than 21,000 total votes) helped him soundly defeat his opponent by more than 25%. Even more impressive, Dr. Ferrara’s main opponent in the primary was the 2016 Republican nominee for the same Arizona 9th Congressional District seat. Dr. Ferrara has earned the support and endorsement from more than fifteen House Republican members of Congress, as well as twenty physician organizations. Dr. Ferrara’s campaign has raised over $1 million and in early September he will be named to the National Republican Congressional Committee’s Young Guns Program, a designation given to the party committee’s “top candidates”.  Read more here...


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RADPAC's 2018 March Chapter Challenge

We have had another successful record breaking March Chapter Challenge.  Thanks to everyone that participated and made it another successful year. You can view the results here

Interested how RADPAC compares to other specialty PACs?  

MADPAC Receipts Rankings for 2018 Cycle as of 123117

Dr. Ferrara’s Congressional Candidacy Enjoys Record-Setting Start:

Washington, D.C.  (July 14, 2017) – Interventional radiologist Dr. Steve Ferrara has released his fundraising totals from his first quarter as a congressional candidate. In his first 8 weeks as a candidate, Dr. Ferrara raised $256,243 for his campaign and ended the fundraising quarter with more than $245,000 cash on hand. The amount raised by Dr. Ferrara in his first quarter is believed to be a record for a first time congressional candidate in the state of Arizona. In DC political circles, raising $200,000 per quarter is a threshold for a candidate’s viability. 

To read the full press release, click here.

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