Will you put your money where your PAC is?

Posted By: Amanda White Membership,

AAGO's annual Political Action Committee (PAC) fundraiser is on June 28th. At this event, we will once again be raising funds for the Apartment Political Action Committee (APAC) and the National Apartment Association Political Action Committee (NAAPAC). The question is, will you put your money where your PAC is?

The overall goal for the two industry PACs is to support candidates who understand the challenges we face in the multifamily industry and to ensure our interests are represented at the local, state and national level. You don’t have to be a public policy guru to make waves in Tallahassee or Washington, D.C. Your PAC donation will support our advocacy efforts and help preserve the continued success of the apartment industry. 

Your PAC donations are used to build valuable relationships with policymakers at the local, state, and federal level. This practice ensures the apartment industry has a seat at the table during the policymaking process. As a result, the industry can advocate for positive changes or put a stop to bad policies that would negatively impact day-to-day business operations. This success is made possible by donations from devoted industry professionals like you. There’s no contribution too small and there’s no better time to start giving.

This year's PAC fundraiser theme is Boots, Bling, and BBQ. The event will feature music, food, drinks, and networking at the Winter Park Farmers Market on June 28th from 6-9pm. We hope you will join us for this exciting networking opportunity and put your money where you PAC is! 

Click here to learn more and purchase your tickets today before this event sells out! 


Contributions are not deductible for Federal income tax purposes. Contributions to APAC and NAAPAC are voluntary and are used for political purposes. The amount indicated is merely a guideline and you may contribute more or less than the suggested amount. The Association(s) will not favor or disadvantage anyone by reason of the amount of their contribution, or their decision not to contribute. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. Federal law requires NAAPAC to request and report the name, address, occupation, and employer for each person whose contributions exceed two hundred ($200) or more in a calendar year.