The NMHC Spring Board of Directors Meeting is the Council's most exclusive meeting of the year, limited to only a few hundred of the industry's most senior executives. There will be much to discuss at this year’s meeting in New York City next month.
NMHC PAC Chairwoman, Sue Ansel is gearing up to cover this year’s PAC efforts with the PAC Committee and to discuss how NMHC is navigating Washington with a new Congress and Administration. As expected, fundraising and the current legislative landscape will be on the agenda for the PAC Committee meeting on Wednesday, May 17 at 3:00-4:00pm.
Congress is currently drafting legislative language that will directly impact the multifamily business, and the lives of millions of families across the nation. Among the key issues that will be discussed at Spring Board are tax and GSE Reform, infrastructure, energy-efficiency and flood insurance.
The tremendous support that NMHC members give NMHC PAC helps to increase the visibility of the industry on Capitol Hill, raises the Council’s influence in policy discussion and strengthens the prominence of the industry in the legislative process. Continuing to have a seat at the table is paramount to protecting and supporting the multifamily industry.
The funds raised for NMHC PAC help elect and reelect our industry's legislative champions and enable NMHC’s Government Affairs team to establish and relationships with the Members of Congress.
As is customary, all PAC contributors of $1,000 or more donated before April 28 will be prominently listed on poster boards at the NMHC Spring Board Meeting. All PAC supporters will also receive NMHC lapel pins and ribbons with the top donors at $5,000 receiving gold pins.
Contributions to NMHC PAC are not deductible for federal income tax purposes. Contributions to NMHC PAC are voluntary. 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; you may choose to contribute more or less or not at all. 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.