NAAPAC is a non-partisan entity that supports Congressional candidates who represent good government and understand the needs and concerns of the apartment housing industry.
It takes not only the collective power of the NAA, but also the work of individuals at the grassroots level to make sure we, as a group, are not overlooked.
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NAA is prohibited from using general account funds such as membership dues or other revenue to contribute to federal elections. That means NAAPAC is the only vehicle through which NAA and its members may pool their financial resources and participate in the political process.
Any funds collected are disbursed directly to a candidate or incumbent member of Congress. This “hard money” donation is heavily regulated and monitored by the Federal Election Commission (FEC).
The Better Government Fund (BGF)
This organization, while unable to contribute directly to candidates, is important to the NAAPAC in that it helps underwrite many NAAPAC fundraising efforts. The BGF can accept donations from both individuals and corporations.
You can help advance the efforts of the NAAPAC in several ways:
- Make a Donation
NAAPAC contributions must come directly from an individual’s personal funds—checking account, credit card or cash. Cash contributions are limited to $100.
- Prior Authorization
Federal election law restricts the solicitation of individuals employed by corporate members of NAA without prior authorization. If you are an employee of an NAA member corporation and would like to authorize solicitation for NAAPAC, please follow the authorization instructions below.
- NAAPAC Resources
Fundraising and compliance rules can be challenging, even for seasoned PAC professionals. Learn new ways to raise PAC dollars while remaining compliant through these recorded webinars.
- Support the BGF
The NAA Better Government Fund is used to underwrite the fundraising efforts of the NAAPAC and not for federal candidates. Contributions are unlimited and may come from personal or corporate sources.
Members must login on NAA website to contribute.