The Rebirth of American Patriotism
If you have ever felt the calling to get involved, look no further than AMAC Action. We need to come together, now more than ever, to preserve the values that have made America the greatest nation. As an AMAC member, you can volunteer to take an active role in one of our AMAC Action Advocacy Chapters.
An AMAC Action Chapter is a regional, community based, educational forum with the purpose of: educating AMAC members and like-minded conservative members of the community; networking, and participating in political discourse; learning about issues important to AMAC membership; sharing insight into specific legislation; gaining a stronger understanding of our nation’s founding documents in order to preserve our conservative and constitutional liberties and values.
The stronger our Chapters, the more weight AMAC carries when advocating for your rights in Congress. See how to get involved below.
Welcome to AMAC Action Advocacy!
Ways you can get involved:
The Delegate is the primary liaison for AMAC Action to the local District Congressional office(s). The goal is to establish a long-term relationship with the Member of Congress and staffers in order to articulate the AMAC Action mission and stance on issues on behalf of AMAC members. Delegates meet regularly with their Congressman and help organized Town Hall meetings on behalf of AMAC members.
The Chapter Leader collaborates with the Delegate(s) in the Chapter and leads the Chapter’s regional outreach, including identifying and recruiting new grassroots volunteers, and holding educational forums where AMAC members and like-minded conservative members of the community can network, learn and participate in political discourse on behalf of our membership and for the betterment of our nation.
In addition to participating in monthly forum meetings, Chapter Members are called upon by Delegates, to attend district Congressional meetings, Town Hall meetings and other events to demonstrate our strength in numbers with the goal of influencing legislation.