RPAC stands for the REALTORS® Political Action Committee. A PAC is a legal means by which interested individuals with common goals, like trade associations, ban together for the purposes of political action.
The best way to positively impact issues such as property taxes, health care and protecting the rights of property owners is through RPAC, a real estate professional’s vehicle for political action
View the RPAC overview below to discover:
- What is RPAC?
- What does it do?
- What will a RPAC investment do for me?
- How can I contribute?
The WRA Direct Giver program, also known as the conduit program as referred to under state law, provides an alternative to an RPAC contribution for members who:
- Wish to retain full control and direction over who will receive their political contributions.
- Wish to give personal contributions to candidates for local and state elections and at the same time benefit organized real estate and the WRA.