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THE RPAC CREW

Bringing REALTOR® Party Education to an office meeting near you

 

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 Why we vote


 Did you know?

REALTOR® PARTY CHAMPIONS are chosen by your local government affairs committee and recommended to the State RPAC committee. Each candidate is asked to complete a profile that covers basic information so that the time allotted for an interview is focused on our issues, not theirs. The committee then rate each candidate based on the quality of their interview and how their responses align with our public policy positions.

 


 

Often the best REALTOR® Champions are REALTORS® themselves

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That’s the idea behind the Candidate Training Academy. It gives REALTORS® interested in running for political office an introduction to and expectation of how to run for elected office.  It is intended to give candidates a valuable head start in their political journeys and information on how to run successful campaigns.

Contact  Veronica 859-547-1354 to Sign up 


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REALTOR PARTY® FACTS

 

What is RPAC?

The REALTOR® Party and the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) work together to protect and promote homeownership and private property interests. In fact, RPAC is the backbone of the REALTOR® Party.

Since its inception in 1969, RPAC has promoted the election of pro-REALTOR® Candidates including REALTORS® like you across the United States at all three levels of government you who have elected to run for office and become REALTOR® Party Champions.

Candidates who receive support from RPAC are not selected based on their political party or ideology, but solely on their support of real estate issues. At our Association we conduct interviews & use questionnaires, to determine our local REALTOR® Party Champions.

If you would be interested in either being a part of those interviews or learning more about running for office please reach out to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

100% of your investment is used to elect candidates at the local, state,

 and national levels who both understand and support  REALTOR® issues.

 

 70% of your investment remains at the Local & State level while 30% is

 

sent to the national level.

 

 RPAC is the only political group in the country organized for

 REALTORS® and run by REALTORS®.

 

YOU ARE THE REALTOR PARTY

 

 RPAC exists solely to support issues important to REALTORS®

 

Such as….

 

Tax Reform, Including

 

Opposing Tax on Services and Transfer Taxes on Real Estate

 

Transactions

 

 Preserving the Mortgage Interest Deduction

 

 Protecting Sustainable Homeownership

 

 Watch this video that addresses Sustainable Homeownership and the

 

Mortgage Interest Deduction and other tax incentives.

 

 Preserving & Improving National Flood Insurance

 

 Preserving Secondary Mortgage Programs like Fannie Mae & Freddie

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 Preserving Private Property Rights and vibrant communities

 Interested in joining the Governmental Affairs & RPAC Committee? Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.