What is NCPAC?
A key component of the REALTOR® Party is the REALTOR® Political Action Committee (NCPAC). The sole purpose of NCPAC is a simple goal: To help elect real estate-friendly candidates to public office.
NCPAC backs candidates who understand and support the interests of North Carolina REALTORS®, regardless of a candidate's party affiliation. RPAC backs candidates in primary, general, run-off and deficit elections.
RPAC is effective because it allows REALTORS® to work with all parties to enact legislation that protects the real estate industry, current and future homeowners, the real estate-based economy and property rights.
Why Should I Invest?
Not only is RPAC the most bipartisan political action committee in the nation--it is the most successful.
Consider RPAC's record from the 2016 election cycle.
INVEST AND GET PINNED
NC RPAC is excited to showcase our newly designed state-level award pins. Qualifying investors will receive pins based on the following recognition levels:
$100 - $249 – Cardinal Club
$250 - $499 – Capitol Club - $999 – Governor’s Club
Contributions to RPAC are not deductible for federal or state income tax purposes. Contributions are voluntary and are used for political purposes. Suggested amounts are merely guidelines and you may contribute more or less than the suggested amounts. The National Association of REALTORS® and its state and local associations will not favor or disadvantage any member because of the amount contributed or a decision not to contribute. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal. Your contribution is split between National PAC and the State PAC in your state. NC PAC supports the efforts of National NCPAC and contributes a portion of its contributions to National NCPAC. Contact your State Association or PAC for information about the percentages of your contribution provided to National RPAC and to the State PAC. The National NCPAC portion is used to support federal candidates and is charged against your limits under 52 U.S.C. 30116. In-kind contributions/donations are not included for the purposes of the National NCPAC State PAC split. NC law requires political committees to report the name, mailing address, job title or profession and name of employer or employee's specific field for each individual whose contributions aggregate is in excess of $50 in an election cycle. Contributions can only be accepted from individuals in the form of personal checks or credit cards. Contributions from corporations or business entities cannot be accepted. This solicitation was paid for by NCPAC.