Political Action Committee FAQ - IWLA

The APDA PAC, the non-partisan political action committee of APDA, is the only PAC aimed solely at representing and defending the interests of the portable diagnostics industry. APDA PAC’s mission is simple: to empower our members to shape a political environment that grows and protects businesses offering services and products in the portable diagnostics industry. Help elect candidates for federal office who are supportive and responsive to our industry's goals and objectives, understand our priorities, and commit to protecting our interests.
The APDA PAC is a vital political piece and fundamental tool of the American Portable Diagnostic Association allowing APDA members to play a role in supporting political candidates who care to listen and promote the portable diagnostic industry. The APDA PAC brings APDA members and its lobbying team together to build relationships, create champions and educate policy makers about Portable Diagnostics.
PAC Contributions:
If paying by Credit Card, click on the "Donate" button above.

If paying by check,
Please make checks payable to: 
Send Checks to:
1065 Executive Parkway Dr.
STE 220
St. Louis, MO 63141-6367

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First Steps to Join APDA PAC
Please click on the link below, complete, sign & submit. 

Supporting APDA PAC allows 
you as a member of the portable diagnostic industry an opportunity to contribute to your own success.

Your Voice Counts!

It is your voice that matters, your voice that changes opinions, and your voice that moves legislators to support our profession. Your PAC contributions help elect the candidates that will listen to us! 
Remember, the actions you take to involve yourself in politics will translate directly into the decisions our lawmakers make. Several ways to make your voice heard include:

  • Join the APDA PAC and help us build a united and powerful voice in Washington;
  • Talking to your staff about public policy issues;
  • Volunteering to work on a candidate’s campaign;
  • Write letters, e-mail or make phone calls to legislators; or
  • Forming a personal relationship with your elected officials and inviting them to your workplace