What is ROOFPAC?
ROOFPAC, the federally registered political action committee (PAC) of NRCA, is dedicated to supporting pro-growth
candidates for the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.
Why ROOFPAC matters
One of the most important actions you can take to positively influence decision-makers in Washington, D.C., is to
invest in ROOFPAC. ROOFPAC is the only PAC dedicated to supporting the roofing industry's interests in Washington,
Simply put, a strong ROOFPAC is the key to your voice being heard on Capitol Hill. As NRCA engages with
lawmakers and federal agency officials on legislation and regulations that affect your business, it is ROOFPAC that
amplifies your message. ROOFPAC's role is to help protect you and your business from legislation and regulations that
could harm your bottom line.
During the 2015-16 election cycle, ROOFPAC raised more than $410,000 in voluntary contributions from NRCA members.
Nearly 90 percent of the candidates ROOFPAC supported won their elections in 2016.
ROOFPAC is WINNING for you! As ROOFPAC grows in strength, the voice of the roofing industry grows with
It is critical all NRCA members be invested in ROOFPAC at some level. NRCA encourages you to contribute whatever amount
you believe is appropriate, whether it is $25 or $5,000. Contributions to ROOFPAC must be from personal funds as
federal law prohibits political action committees from accepting corporate contributions.
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For more information or questions about ROOFPAC, contact Nathan Pick, NRCA director of advocacy and political affairs,
at (202) 546-7584 or email@example.com, or Duane Musser, NRCA's vice president of
government relations, at (202) 546-7584 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ROOFPAC is the federally registered political action committee of NRCA and contributions will be used
for political purposes. Contributions to ROOFPAC are not tax-deductible, and the name, address, occupation and
employer's name of individuals whose contributions exceed $200 during a calendar year will be reported to the Federal
Election Commission. Contributions are voluntary, and you have the right to refuse to contribute without any