RAPAC stands for REALTORS® of Arizona Political Action Committee. It is also referred to as RPAC (REALTORS® Political Action Committee).
RAPAC is a member-sponsored effort organized to financially support candidates running for local, state and federal office whose position on real estate regulation and a free-market business environment most closely represent the initiatives of the Arizona REALTORS®. RAPAC contributes to and channels resources into races that will have the most impact on the real estate industry. RAPAC is a voluntary, non-profit political action committee and operates independently of any political party.
RAPAC is a vital part of the Arizona REALTORS® Government Affairs program — a program that includes professional lobbying, legislative analysis, grassroots contacts, and long-term political relationships. RAPAC strives to educate city council members, legislators and members of congress about our industry and guarantees that no decision is made that will affect our industry, good or bad, until our voice is heard.
Thank you to our RAPAC Major Investors! Click here to view the list.
denotes 10 for 10 with YPN pledge, a commitment to invest $10,000 over the next 10 years.
denotes President’s Circle, an influential group of REALTORS® who contribute directly to REALTOR® Party candidates, in addition to their RAPAC investment.
denotes Hall of Fame, which recognizes dedicated members who have made a significant investment of at least $25,000 over their careers.
Contributions are not deductible for income tax purposes. Contributions to RAPAC are voluntary and are used for political purposes. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal and the National Association of REALTORS® or any of its state associations or local boards will not favor or disfavor any member because of the amount contributed. 70% of each contribution is used by your state PAC to support state and local political candidates. Until your state reaches its RPAC goal, 30% is sent to National RPAC to support federal candidates and is charged against your limits under 2 U.S. C. 441a; after the state PAC reaches its RPAC goal it may elect to retain your entire contribution for use in supporting state and local candidates.