Your Voice Matters
The importance of advocacy
AAGO members continue to benefit, expand and grow from unprecedented levels of member/volunteer advocacy-oriented engagement efforts. Together, the investment of financial and volunteer resources has made an enormous impact on the community as a whole, especially towards the benefit of our industry.
How can you get involved and effectively advocate for your industry?
Stay in the know by reading up on the latest Local Advocacy News
Look into joining AAGO's Legislative Committee or Developers Council (Must be a multifamily developer to participate).
Register for the 2020 FAA Legislative Conference and join your fellow industry professionals in advocating and advancing our industry through the engagement of state elected officials.
Contribute! Whether it is $5, $25, $100, or $1000, investing in your industry via APAC and NAAPAC yields huge results.
APAC contributions support candidates at the local and state level who understand the issues facing our industry, additionally, APAC contributions help create and strengthen our ties with local government which allows us to stay in the know of potential issues that may be working their way down the pipeline.
NAAPAC supports candidates who help to give our industry a voice at the national level while allowing us to engage in meaningful conversations with various congressional members.
To learn more about how your contributions help our industry make enormous strides at the local level, click here.
You can make a contribution, here!
Most importantly, vote!
Familiarize yourself with the candidates and amendments on your ballot. Follow the link below to your local Supervisor of Elections Website to update your voter registration, find the nearest polling location, learn more about proposed amendments, and much more.
- Lake County SOE
- Orange County SOE
- Osceola County SOE
- Seminole County SOE
- Volusia County SOE
- Florida Division of Elections
Together, we create an influential industry voice. We are eager and excited to continue to enhance our advocacy efforts in 2020!