In an effort to thank our dedicated supporters and provide insights from Washington, D.C., NMHC PAC is pleased to announce a series of exclusive NMHC PAC Supporter Webinars. These webinars will feature lawmakers and Capitol Hill insiders from both sides of the aisle who will share their thoughts on the state of play in Washington.
This exclusive webinar series is open to NMHC PAC contributors only and registration is non-transferable. Our current confirmed webinars are listed below. Additional webinars are in the works and NMHC PAC will update contributors as soon as dates and times are confirmed.
If you have not yet given, please reach out to the NMHC PAC staff to learn more about how you can support the industry and get involved.
Annual NMHC PAC Virtual Recognition Event
Join NMHC PAC for the annual recognition event to commemorate 2020 fundraising efforts.
|Release Date||Webinar & Speakers||Recording|
|Oct. 22, 2020||Two Weeks Out: Where do the Elections Stand?
|Jul. 30, 2020||
||A Conversation with the Problem Solvers Caucus
|Jul. 8, 2020||Election Update with Nathan Gonzales, author of NMHC PAC’s Inside Elections Newsletter and Advocacy Update with NMHC’s Government Affairs Staff||Watch|
|Jun. 8, 2020||A Conversation with Kevin McLaughlin, Executive Director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee
|Jun. 3, 2020||
||A Conversation with Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD)
Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD)
NMHC PAC will also continue to highlight and thank our most steadfast supporters on our new NMHC PAC Supporters Webpage.
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