REALTORS Political Action Committee (RPAC) is the voice of REALTORS® in government. RPAC raises voluntary funds from REALTORS® and uses those funds to help elect candidates for public office who share our views on issues that affect our industry and shape our communities. By supporting the campaigns of candidates who understand your business, Georgia RPAC ensures that your interests are represented when laws, ordinances, and regulations are being enacted. RPAC only considers support of candidates in regard to their support of real estate and property rights issues. As an organization representing REALTORS®, RPAC doesn’t consider other kinds of issues or political affiliation. Georgia RPAC has contributed to Democrats, Republicans, and Independents. RPAC looks to build the future by putting dollars in places that will help advance the interests of real estate professionals. RPAC is insurance for our industry. Your RPAC investment is used to support candidates locally, as well as at the state level. A portion of the state's RPAC funds is forwarded to support national candidates.  For more information, please visit these sites:  https://garealtor.com/advocacy/  or https://realtorparty.realtor/


To register to vote, please visit, https://vote.gov/

Area Board of Elections websites are:
Richmond County, GA:  https://www.augustaga.gov/2774/Board-of-Elections
Columbia County, GA:  https://www.columbiacountyga.gov/county/voting-and-results
McDuffie County, GA:  https://www.thomson-mcduffie.com/elections
Burke County, GA:  https://burkecounty-ga.gov/departments/elections-and-registration
Lincoln County, GA:  https://www.lincolncountyga.com/elections
Washington County, GA:  https://washingtoncountyga.gov/departments/office-of-registrarelections/
Wilkes County, GA: https://www.countyoffice.org/wilkes-county-board-of-elections-washington-ga-f31/
Aiken County, SC:  https://www.aikencountysc.gov/DspDept?qDeptID=RNE
Edgefield County, SC:  https://edgefieldcounty.sc.gov/recreation-2-2/


Whether you are a broker-owner or a part-time agent, politics directly impacts your profitability. Here in Georgia, RPAC has helped us accomplish numerous legislative victories:

For REALTORS® & Related Trades

  • In 2020, GAR Advocacy played key role in the process to have real estate deemed critical infrastructure, and REALTORS listed as essential workers during COVID-19 Pandemic.
  • Defended REALTORS®’ ability to write special stipulations and provide advisement to their clients in the completion of a real estate contract.
  • Defeated legislation that would have required all REALTORS® who sold property via competitive bid, sealed bid or silent bid, to be licensed as an auctioneer in Georgia.
  • Passed legislation to allow REALTORS® to engage in short sale transactions, which had previously been interpreted by the Banking Department as illegal.
  • Protected REALTORS®’ ability to collect and distribute escrow funds.
  • Amended disclosure portion of real estate license law to protect our members from burdensome requirements and undue legal liability after members were sued for not disclosing MLS fees.
  • Passed legislation to allow independent contractors to pool together for insurance purposes in Georgia.
  • Prevented cities and counties in Georgia from charging individual agents a business license fee for each jurisdiction in which they conduct business.
  • Blocked a 6% state sales tax on real estate commissions.

For Buyers & Sellers

  • Strengthened the statute of frauds to ensure that real estate contracts cannot be rescinded, or modified by oral agreement.
  • Stopped legislation that would have statutorily increased the fee to obtain an estoppel letter from an HOA from $10 to $350.
  • Supported legislation that increased the Georgia Housing and Finance Authority’s bond limit from $1.3 billion to $3 billion to fund the Georgia Dream Homeownership Program, providing affordable homeownership to lower income earners and first-time homebuyers.
  • Passed legislation to allow financing of solar technology.
  • Defeated efforts to provide super liens to condominium associations for unpaid fees.
  • Passed legislation to reduce property owners’ liability in case of trespass.
  • Defeated legislation to mandate a termite inspection prior to closing.
  • Passed a $1,800 statewide home buyer tax credit.


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Kim Bragg
Ryan Brashear
Jenny Viger

Eric Crawford
Sam Datta
Debbie Franco
Phillip Jones
Pam Lightsey
Janet Mueller
Sonia Salazar
Angela Soraporu-Lopez

Liz Bragg
Gerilyn Delaurentys
Carol Duggan
Jan Grizzaffi
Kristen Harper
Kyria Jefferies



Stacie Adkins
Donatella Armstrong
Porsha Beasley
Tiffany Bishop

Ray Corujo
Renee Cottingham
Louie Hydrick
Matt Kelly
Kerry King
Brandi Ledford
Rose Marie Marshall
Teresa McArthur
Frank Mears
Keith Perret
Melvin Speight
Joan Steinberg
Kristen Stouffer
Daniela Torres
Tim Turner
Regina Wadsworth
Laura Walker
Lili Youngblood

Angel Black
Jeff DeFoor

Ehrin Fairey
Kathy Gray
Dat Hoang
Heejin Lowery
Gloria Marsella
Jason McFadden
Sheri Myers
Michael Niehus
LaZira Perrilloux
Michelle Pontenstein
Maria Vaill
Stacie Wells




Kim Bragg
Ryan Brashear
Jenny Viger



  • Support REALTOR Champions at local & state primaries and general elections
  • Receive texts on important issues and respond to "Calls For Action" by texting "GA REALTORS" to 30644 and join the REALTOR® Party Mobile Alerts System
  • Contribute to RPAC


A program open to broker-owners or managing brokers to stay informed of important issues affecting the real estate profession from NAR. Once a Call For Action (CFA) is released, NAR will alert brokers though e-mail and the CFA is automatically delivered to the broker's agents using the broker's name and logo in the message. Enrollment in the program is simple, click here to get started!