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Lex Fay

Since 1969, the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) has promoted the election of pro-REALTOR® candidates across the United States. The purpose of RPAC is clear: REALTORS® raise and spend their RPAC investments to elect candidates who understand and support their interests. The finances to accomplish this comes from voluntary investments made by REALTORS®. These are not members’ dues; this is money given freely by REALTORS® in recognition of how important campaign fundraising is to the political process. RPAC doesn’t buy votes. RPAC enables REALTORS® to support candidates that support the issues that are important to their profession and livelihood.

30% of your investment goes to support candidates and issues at the national level. The remaining 70% stays in Indiana and is split between issues and candidates at the state level and those at the county and municipal level. One investment gets your message heard at all three levels of government.

MIBOR does not use dues dollars to support candidates. RPAC is its vehicle to do so as it is a voluntary fund that allows only members of MIBOR to pool finances together to support candidates. MIBOR’s RPAC Trustees have an extensive interviewing process to determine which candidates to support. As a result of RPAC investments and MIBOR’s RPAC Trustees, relationships between the organization and elected officials are formed. The relationships allow REALTORS® to get information to candidates on how current laws, proposed laws and decisions affect their industry.

MPAC Endorsed Candidates For 2015 General Election 

Name

Office

Marcus Turner

Avon Council At-Large

Kevin Woody Rider

Carmel Council At-Large

Ron Carter

Carmel Council At-Large

Sue Finkam

Carmel Council Northeast District

Jim Brainard

Carmel Mayor

Todd Barton

Crawfordsville Mayor

Rich Block

Fishers Council At-Large

Cecilia Coble

Fishers Council At-Large

Todd Zimmerman

Fishers Council At-Large

John Weingardt

Fishers Council District S.C.

Pete Peterson

Fishers Council District S.E.

David George

Fishers Council District S.W.

Eric Moeller

Fishers Council N.C.

Scott Fadness

Fishers Mayor

Joe McGuinness

Franklin Mayor

Kerry Grass

Greenfield Council District 5

Chuck Fewell

Greenfield Mayor

Mike Campbell

Greenwood Council At-Large

Ronald Bates

Greenwood Council District 4

Mark Myers

Greenwood Mayor

Vop Osili

Indianapolis City-County Council District 11

Blake Johnson

Indianapolis City-County Council District 12

Jeff Miller

Indianapolis City-County Council District 16

Zach Adamson

Indianapolis City-County Council District 17

Eddie Barnes

Indianapolis City-County Council District 18

Ben Hunter

Indianapolis City-County Council District 19

Jason Holliday

Indianapolis City-County Council District 20

Anthony Davidson

Indianapolis City-County Council District 21

Jack Sandlin

Indianapolis City-County Council District 24

Aaron Freeman

Indianapolis City-County Council District 25

Mike McQuillen

Indianapolis City-County Council District 4

Janice McHenry

Indianapolis City-County Council District 6

Joe Hogsett

Indianapolis Mayor

Steve Collier

Lawrence Mayor

Michael Lanam

Martinsville Council District 3

Shannon Kohl

Martinsville Mayor

Mark Mathis

Mooresville Council District 3

Mark Boice

Noblesville Council At-Large

Roy Johnson

Noblesville Council District 1

Christopher Jensen

Noblesville Council District 2

Gregory O'Connor

Noblesville Council District 5

Megan Wiles

Noblesville Council District 6

John Ditslear

Noblesville Mayor

Robin Brandgard

Plainfield Council Ward 4

Brian Asher

Shelbyville Council At-Large

Rob Nolley

Shelbyville Council Ward 3

Tom DeBaun

Shelbyville Mayor

Jim Ake

Westfield Council At-Large

Andy Cook

Westfield Mayor

Susana Suarez

Zionsville Council At-Large

Jeff Papa

Zionsville Council At-Large

Tom Schuler

Zionsville Council District 3

Elizabeth Hopper

Zionsville Council District 4

Tim Haak

Zionsville Mayor

Why Invest in RPAC?

From your peers:

"RPAC enables MIBOR members to have a collective voice and influence on legislation and political races not only at the federal and state level, but on the local level throughout the 10-county region. RPAC allows more than 6,000 REALTORS® a seat at the table"
-- Helen Metken, RPAC Chair

"The continued protection of your business lies within RPAC. For every dollar you contribute 70% goes to fight the continued assault from local and state government and 30% goes towards Washington." 
-- Peter Pizzaro, MIBOR Trustee At-Large

 

Who has Invested? 

2014 RPAC Contributors

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Disclaimer: Contributions are not deductible for income tax purposes. Contributions to RPAC are voluntary and are used for political purposes. You may contribute more or less than the suggested amount. 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 PAC 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.

 

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