NAHB Rolls Out First Wave of 2020 Congressional Endorsements

Filed in Advocacy, Membership by on August 5, 2020 6 Comments

NAHB is once again endorsing candidates for the U.S. House and Senate in the upcoming Nov. 3 elections. NAHB endorses candidates who have shown a commitment to policies that promote homeownership and rental housing opportunities for all Americans.

NAHB makes all of its endorsement decisions in concert with the state and local home builders associations (HBAs) of the lawmakers under consideration.

To date, NAHB has endorsed 82 candidates, including 72 in the House and 10 in the Senate. Many of the endorsements were made for primary elections. NAHB will continue to work with its state and local HBAs to announce additional endorsements and updates based on primary results.

You can view the endorsements below and on nahb.org.

NAHB does not endorse candidates for president.

Are You Ready to Vote in November?

As the nation continues to grapple with the COVID-19 pandemic, NAHB encourages all voters to prepare now to ensure that your vote counts on Election Day. You can check your state’s voter registration deadline and absentee/mail-in voting rules on vote.org. Plus, learn about any changes your state is making in response to COVID-19.

 

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  1. E. Ray Kothe says:

    What about our State… La. ??? The Senate ???

    • NAHB Now says:

      The endorsements and Defender of Housing awards are secured on a rolling basis. As state and local associations finalize choices along with NAHB, they will be added to the map. Please check back soon for updates and thank you for being engaged in this year’s election!

  2. Richard Wann says:

    Bradley Byrne did not make it past the primaries in Alabama. Tommy Tuberville and Doug Jones are running in Alabama. Way out of date info

    • NAHB Now says:

      Yes many of the endorsements were made for primary elections. NAHB will continue to work with its state and local HBAs to announce additional endorsements and updates based on primary results. We’ve updated the map to indicate this as well.

  3. kim shanahan says:

    One of the first Defender of Housing awards went to Congressman Ben Ray Lujan from New Mexico and Build PAC has supported his past House campaigns. Now he’s running for Senate. Can we expect an endorsement?

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