BUILD-PAC Launches ‘Minutes with a Member’ Town Hall Series

Filed in Advocacy, Membership by on April 27, 2020 0 Comments

Ever wonder how Washington is protecting your business? Do you have a question you want to ask a member of Congress? BUILD-PAC, NAHB’s political action committee, is launching a new virtual town hall series to answer your questions and connect BUILD-PAC donors to Washington from home.

Minutes with a Member is a new weekly virtual town hall series that gives BUILD-PAC investors the opportunity to interact with members of Congress who are fighting for the housing industry every day. Each town hall will be 30 minutes.

Special guests will include Defenders of Housing and lawmakers who sit on key committees and subcommittees important to the housing industry. Members of Congress will discuss a variety of topics, including NAHB’s priorities, key legislation moving forward in Washington and the 2020 elections.

The first webinar will take place Wednesday, April 29, at 2 p.m. ET. BUILD-PAC contributors can RSVP on the BUILD-PAC Minutes with a Member webpage.

The first guest for the series is Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY). He is chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works and a member of the committees on Energy and Natural Resources, Foreign Relations, and Indian Affairs. Barrasso is the third-ranking Republican member of the Senate as chairman of the Senate Republican Conference. His support on key issues has helped keep housing at the forefront in Washington.

BUILD-PAC contributors can also provide any questions they have for the guest speaker upon registration, and the member will answer as many as time permits.

For more information on BUILD-PAC, and to get involved in NAHB’s advocacy, join the BUILD-PAC Advocates Facebook page. The page has additional information on BUILD-PAC and serves as a resource for members.

If you have any questions or would like to learn more about BUILD-PAC, please visit nahb.org or email build-pac@nahb.org.

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