PAC Chairwoman Sue Ansel concluded her two-year term with a strong push at the end of 2017 with 160 NMHC member firms and 1,304 generous individuals supporting the PAC. Her leadership resulted in a record-setting year and exceeded the $1.25 million goal by raising $1,495,917.
The strong support of NMHC PAC ensures that our members can have a direct impact on our allies in Congress and have a voice in the public policy debates that are critical to the industry’s bottom line. This has never been more important than over the last months of the tax reform debate which resulted in a number of our key principles being included in the landmark tax reform bill.
NMHC PAC strategically disbursed over $1.4 million to 250 federal candidates that are on key committees and in leadership positions.
The PAC Committee will host two exciting events during the upcoming NMHC Annual Meeting in Orlando, FL. All NMHC PAC supporters are invited to join their colleagues at the NMHC PAC Thank You Reception on Tuesday, January 16 from 5:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
The Annual NMHC PAC Recognition Breakfast will be held Thursday morning, January 18. Sue Ansel and incoming Chairman, David Schwartz, will host the event with Special VIP Speaker, Dr. Larry Sabato, the Director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia and a well-known political analyst.
2018 is gearing up to be an exciting and unpredictable election. NMHC PAC will continue to be a critical part of NMHC’s efforts to make the multifamily industry’s case to lawmakers.
If you’d like to help with the efforts of NMHC PAC - please go to www.nmhc.org/joinpac or click here to download the contribution form to submit a check. For any questions about NMHC PAC or additional information, please contact Lisa Costello, Vice President of Political Affairs, at 202-974-2325 or email@example.com.
Contributions to NMHC PAC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes and must be made voluntarily. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. Contributions to NMHC PAC will be used in connection with federal elections and are subject to the limitations and prohibitions of federal law. The proposed contribution amounts are merely suggestions. The maximum an individual may contribute is $5,000 per calendar year. Corporate and foreign national contributions are prohibited. Federal law requires political committees to use best efforts to obtain and report the name, mailing address, occupation and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in a calendar year.