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Are you a candidate interested in our endorsement? Learn about the issues important to us, and inform us about your positions, with our policy questionnaire.

 

Support us today! Progressive care is in danger

 Clinicians for Progressive Care has endorsed a number of candidates, in Congressional and state-level races nationwide, who don't just talk a good talk but actually know about, believe in, and support universal care. At this special evening to support our work fighting for healthcare we can trust, come meet two endorsees of C4PC, both Maryland candidates for Congress: Nadia Hashimi, MD (MD-6), and Allison Galbraith (MD-1).

Clinicians for Progressive Care has endorsed a number of candidates, in Congressional and state-level races nationwide, who don't just talk a good talk but actually know about, believe in, and support universal care. At this special evening to support our work fighting for healthcare we can trust, come meet two endorsees of C4PC, both Maryland candidates for Congress: Nadia Hashimi, MD (MD-6), and Allison Galbraith (MD-1).

The mission of Clinicians for Progressive Care is compassionate, effective, universal healthcare in the United States.

we support federal, state, and local candidates who act for progressive healthcare.

  • Care which respects all individuals, including and especially those from vulnerable and victimized subgroups
  • Universal, comprehensive access, tailored to the needs of the sick and poor
  • High-quality population and health services research taking into account the priorities of patients and communities

Progressive healthcare demands and goes hand-in-hand with progressive politics in other areas, including but not limited to antiracism (e.g., Black Lives Matter); refugee and immigration policy; the rights of women, minorities, and LGBTQ; and criminal justice reform.

Candidates will be considered for support by the C4PC board based on our policy questionnaire.

We are proud to partner with the National Democratic Training Committee to help empower candidates who support progressive care.

 

The CFPC board includes Zackary Berger, MD, PhD (Baltimore), Dorothy N. Charles, BA (Philadelphia), Matthew Cortland, JD (Boston), Justin Lowenthal, BSc (Baltimore), Quinn Snyder, MD (Mesa, AZ), Natalie Spicyn, MD, MHS (Baltimore). Operations Director: Monica Tung, BS (Baltimore, MD). Please contact us to get involved!