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NAAPAC

NAAPAC

The National Apartment Association Political Action Committee (NAAPAC) is NAA's political action committee and an essential arm of the NAA’s advocacy on behalf of the apartment housing industry. NAAPAC is a bi-partisan PAC that supports Congressional candidates who represent good government and understand the needs and concerns of the multi-family housing industry.

NAAPAC
What is NAAPAC?

NAAPAC is the voluntary, bi-partisan political action committee of the NAA. It is dedicated to protecting and promoting the multifamily housing industry. NAAPAC strives to educate Congress about our industry so that no decision is made in Washington that will affect the industry until our voice is heard.

Prior Authorization
Prior Authorization

The Federal Election Commission (FEC) requires NAAPAC to obtain written approval from corporate members before it may solicit and accept contributions from employees of a member company. The FEC requires all federal trade association PACs to receive prior approval from their corporate members. Provide your prior approval here!

Fund Our Future
Fund Our Future

Learn more about NAAPAC’s Fund our Future program, which relies on the strength of NAA’s affiliate network. Each affiliate has a yearly voluntary PAC goal. Although personal direct political contributions to candidates are meaningful, NAA’s voice is stronger in Washington when we work together! Find out more about what your affiliate’s members have contributed this year!

NAA Political Action Committee Disclaimer: Contributions to NAAPAC are not tax deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions to NAAPAC are for political purposes. All contributions to NAAPAC are voluntary. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. The proposed contribution amounts are merely suggestions; you may choose to contribute more or less or not at all. NAA will not favor or disadvantage anyone by reason of the amount contributed or the decision whether to contribute. Federal law requires political committees to report the name, address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in a calendar year.