About Us

Who is AMAC Action?

We are a 501(c)(4) non-profit, non-partisan, conservative advocacy organization. We were created to support AMAC membership by advancing conservative initiatives, legislation, and policy on Capitol Hill, in state legislatures, and at the local level through grassroots advocacy.

Advocating For Conservative Principles

AMAC Action provides a vehicle for AMAC members to become politically engaged in their communities through our grassroots advocacy programs.

Conservatives need to come together to preserve the values that made America the greatest nation. Our purpose is to be a valued resource for mature Americans through education and advocacy.

AMAC Action Mission Statement

AMAC Action serves to support and defend the United States Constitution, freedom, liberty, and the free market. AMAC Action and its volunteer advocates work to advance AMAC members’ influence in Washington, DC, in Congressional Districts, and state legislatures while serving as a valued resource for the membership, Congress, state leaders, and mature Americans throughout the nation. AMAC Action enables conservative Americans aged 50+ to become politically engaged and active in their community.

What We Do

AMAC members participate in AMAC Action’s national grassroots advocacy to support sensible legislation, fiscal responsibility, and accountability in all levels of government and to speak for what matters – our rights as guaranteed by the United States Constitution through:

  • Analyze proposed legislation and policy, offer perspective and recommendations, and provide support or opposition on behalf of our membership.
  • Assist the development and promotion of common-sense legislation consistent with AMAC Action's mission.
  • Develop relationships with Congress, State Legislators, and other elected officials through our Government Relations Team in Washington, D.C. and through the efforts of our advocate volunteers throughout the nation.
  • Hold Meet & Greet events and Candidate Forums throughout the country connecting AMAC members with their elected representatives and candidates.
  • Organize Calls-to-action to encourage AMAC members to take action on specific urgent matters.
  • Serve as a resource to Members of Congress, State Legislators, and other elected officials.
  • Network with like-minded individuals and organizations to expand AMAC Action’s reach and grow our influence at the Federal and State levels.
  • Organize regional and state level Chapter meetings to educate AMAC members and like-minded members of the community on issues, legislation, and our Nation’s founding documents.

Citizen Advocacy Works! Have You Ever Felt The Call To Get Involved?

  • Citizen advocacy is critical and integral in shaping state and federal policy and legislation. Constituent participation carries substantial influence with elected officials. That’s why we’d like to invite you to join us in the fight to save the America we love.
  • AMAC members are invited to join our growing national network of volunteer advocates to ensure that the voice of conservatives is heard and heeded.
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AMAC Action Grassroots Advocacy

Our all-volunteer network of advocates are trained and empowered to become politically engaged. They advocate on key legislation to preserve the United States Constitution and promote traditional conservative American values as part of AMAC Action’s mission. We fight for limited federal government, sanctity of life, election integrity, fiscal responsibility, accountability in all levels of government, our God-given inalienable natural rights, and many other critical issues that matter to conservative Americans.

We understand that these issues matter to you, and we invite you to join us!

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AMAC Action Signature Issues

H.R. 2986 - HEALTH Act (Helping Everyone Access Long Term Healthcare Act)

  • Allows physicians to increase their Medicaid and CHIP-eligible patient populations by having the option to take a voluntary tax deduction in exchange for treating these patients at no charge
  • The tax deduction is commensurate to the amount of the physician’s normal and customary fees
  • Increases access to medical care by providing an alternative to costly hospital emergency rooms for primary care
  • Reduces federal and state Medicaid and CHIP expenditures

The Social Security Guarantee Act

Social Security Guarantee Act

  • Guarantee an annual increase in benefits for all, with an emphasis on those with lower earnings to ensure the program stays true to its missions: keeping seniors out of poverty
  • Guarantee achieving solvency and ensure benefits continue without automatic cuts
  • Guarantee all earners the opportunity to create more income available at retirement through work and improved retirement savings programs

Addressing Drug Costs & Shortages

  • Group purchasing organizations and pharmacy benefit managers are hospital supply and prescription drug supply chain middlemen who charge “rebates” to manufacturers and suppliers for access to their contracts
  • These “rebates” are protected by a statute that makes this business practice legal, but this money negatively affects the cost of hospital supplies and in particular, the list cost of outpatient prescription drugs
  • AMAC is working with a coalition of physician and patient advocates to remove the middleman money from the hospital and prescription drug supply chains
  • Removal of this middleman money will drive down costs by many millions of dollars and open both the hospital and prescription drug supply chains to free-market competition and innovation

AMAC Action Leadership Team

AMAC Action offices are headquartered in Leesburg, Florida with an additional office in Washington, D.C.

Bob Carlstrom


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Andy Mangione

Senior Vice President

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Jennifer Bengtson

Vice President of Operations and Advocacy

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