Legislative Resources


NAAPAC is the voluntary, bi-partisan political action committee of the National Apartment Association. Its mission is to promote the involvement of NAA member companies and individuals in the apartment housing industry in the political process, NAAPAC solicits voluntary contributions from individual members across the country, aggregates their political strength and supports the campaigns of national candidates who are supportive of a pro-apartment, pro-business legislative agenda. 

NAAPAC is important to NAA because trade associations such as NAA are prohibited from using their general treasury funds (membership dues or other revenue) to make contributions or expenditures in connection with federal elections. NAAPAC is the only vehicle through which NAA and its members may participate together in the political process via contributions and expenditures on behalf of federal candidates.


Our Legislative Committees work year round, not just during the legislative session, to monitor pending issues that would have a negative effect on the rental housing industry in Michigan. In conjunction with our outside consultants from Kelley Cawthorne, our staff and committees work to insure that our best interests are being considered when legislation is introduced.

There are numerous threats each year at the state and local level that would make the construction and/or management of apartment communities more difficult, and through long standing relationships with many legislators on both sides of the aisle we are able to convey to them the damage that could be done to an industry whose primary purpose is to provide quality apartment homes to families in Michigan.  


Our legislative efforts benefit everyone in the Mid-Michigan Multifamily Housing Industry. If you are interested in aiding in our legislative efforts, please join our Legislative & Advocacy interest circle. Have a voice and do your part to protect the industry. 

Below is a list of links you can utilize in your legislative efforts: