Advocacy

ADVOCACY

Welcome to the NCCA-PAC!

NCCA-PAC is the political action committee of the North Carolina Chiropractic Association that conducts fundraising activity, and develops relationships with legislators on the state level. The NCCA also advocates for chiropractors and their practices through regular meetings with insurance entities and provider networks. These relationships are paramount to the success of chiropractic in the state. Your support and dedication is crucial to the success of our state legislative effort and essential to the future of chiropractic profession.

If you are already a NCCA-PAC donor, thank you again for your continued support. Please remember, you do not have to be a donor to help your profession. See below on other ways to help. If you have any questions about the NCCA-PAC, about our current legislative agenda, have ideas and want to participate, please contact our CEO Heather Wrenn.

Get Involved!

Donate

Use the donation form to make a one-time contribution to the PAC or sign-up for the monthly automatic draft

Contact

Reach out to your local legislators to help support chiropractic message

Participate

Attend our annual Legislative Day with your staff.

Volunteer

Help the NCCA-PAC Board & Spread the word about the NCCA-PAC by encouraging donations

Legislative Efforts in North Carolina

In North Carolina, the General Assembly is made up of 50 senators and 120 representatives who are elected for two-year terms. The General Assembly meets in regular session (or the “long session”) beginning in January of each odd-numbered year, and adjourns to reconvene the following even-numbered year for what is called the “short session”. For a bill to be considered during the short session it must pass one of the chambers during the long session.

The NCCA employs two lobbyists, Angel Sams and Laura Devivo. They, along with the NCCA Executive Director Heather Wrenn, monitor legislation to advance and protect the chiropractic position in the state. The NCCA alerts members in our weekly Member Memos to legislation that we are watching and to any grassroots action that needs to be taken.

Past Legislation

NCCA-PAC Information

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Purpose:

The PAC has been formed to participate in the political process of electing candidates to political office by directly or indirectly accepting contributions or making expenditures, or both, for the purpose of influencing or attempting to influence the selection, nomination, election, or appointment of any individual to public office. The PAC shall promote good government and participation in the political process through the personal and financial participation of its contributors. 

PAC Board of Directors:

NCCA President:  Dr. Glenn Jaffe

PAC Manager: Heather Wrenn

Director: Dr. Jennifer Murphy

Director: Dr. Dennis Reno

Director: Dr. Jon Vezendy

PAC Treasurer & Secretary: Alexandra Fetisova

NCCA-PAC Bylaws

Legislative FAQs


There is no minimum donation. Any amount you contribute is appreciated and helps promote the chiropractic profession in North Carolina. However, a recurring monthly donation of $20, $35, $50, $75 or $100 is the best way to ensure the continued strength of the NCCA-PAC.


No. All donations must be made using a personal credit card or check.


No.The NCCA-PAC and the NCCA are two separate legal entities that maintain separate bank accounts. Additionally, the NCCA does not keep credit card numbers, and thus cannot retrieve it for payment.


No. Joint contributions are not allowed in North Carolina. If the check belongs to a husband and wife, please specify the donor on the donation form.


The maximum contribution limit as of January 1, 2019, is $5,400 and remains in effect through December 31, 2020. Therefore, the NCCA-PAC may receive $5,400 through the 94 days of the primary and $5,400 from the day after the primary through the end of the year. Contact a member of the campaign finance department with questions.


Donations to the NCCA-PAC are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.


No. The contributions from foreign nationals are not permitted. See 52 U.S. Code § 30121. However, the Act does not prohibit individuals with permanent resident status (commonly referred to as “green card holders”) from making contributions or donations.


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Please contact the NCCA with any questions!

North Carolina Chiropractic Association

8412 Falls of Neuse Rd., Suite 106, Raleigh, NC 27615  |  919-832-0611  919-832-0612  |  contact@ncchiro.org