ALAPAC Hosts Successful Fundraiser for Charlotte Meadows

ALAPAC Hosts Successful Fundraiser for Charlotte Meadows

Last week, ALAPAC, at the home of Drs. Lori and Penn White, hosted a fundraiser for Charlotte Meadows. We are proud to say the event was an overwhelming success!

As the political action committee of the Medical Association, ALAPAC seeks to elect candidates who best represent the professional needs of physicians and their patients. Charlotte Meadows is exactly that type of candidate.

Shortly after her marriage to Alan Meadows, M.D., Charlotte played a vital role in jumpstarting his Montgomery practice. During the years she managed Dr. Meadow’s medical practice, Charlotte also remained active in the Alliance and the Association.

More recently, Charlotte has found another calling – advocacy. She has been involved in various advocacy campaigns statewide and looks to take that experience to the State House.

“My accounting and business administration degrees, as well as my background in medicine and small business, and my experience in education policy will enable me to be up to speed on both the education and general fund budgets, as well as many other committees in the State House.”

Charlotte received 42% of the vote in last month’s House District 74 primary election and is now in a runoff, with that election coming on August 27th. We hope you will join ALAPAC in supporting Charlotte Meadows’ campaign.

If you reside in House District 74 and would like information on how to cast an absentee ballot, click here. To make a contribution to ALAPAC in support of Charlotte, simply text CHARLOTTE to 91999 or click the donate button below.

*A special thanks goes out to Drs. Lori and Penn White for hosting last week’s fundraiser. We are grateful to everyone who has supported Charlotte.



Disclaimer: Contributions to ALAPAC are not tax-deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes. Voluntary political contributions to Alabama Medical PAC (ALAPAC) are not limited to the suggested amount. The Medical Association will not favor or disadvantage anyone based upon the amount or failure to contribute. A portion of the contributions may be used in connection with Federal elections. Corporate funds will be used in either state elections or for education purposes. Federal contributions are subject to the limitations of FEC Regulations 110.1, .2, and .5.

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