WHAT IS NDAB-PAC? Print Contribution Form
NDAB-PAC is the North Dakota Association of Builders’ Political Action Committee. It is a non-partisan political action committee which provides support for candidates who are friends of the building industry.
NDAB-PAC recognizes there is strength in numbers. People who show they care and are concerned about the future of the building industry make contributions to NDAB-PAC because they believe that cooperation equals strength.
You alone can’t influence the Legislature or Congress on issues that can devastate your business. NDAB-PAC is your front line of defense. It monitors legislative issues and works to protect and promote the building industry.
WHY SHOULD I GIVE TO NDAB-PAC?
NDAB-PAC’s ability to defend and promote your business rests squarely on the financial support it receives from you and other members. The contributions will give NDAB-PAC the needed resources and clout to succeed on issues affecting the building industry.
HOW DOES NDAB-PAC HELP YOU?
By pooling contributions from NDAB members, NDAB-PAC is able to help elect legislators who understand and support the issues and concerns of builders and associate members.
Also, a portion of your contribution is passed along to BUILD-PAC, the National Association of Home Builders’ Political Action Committee, one of the most recognized and well-respected PACs in Washington.
Contributions or gifts to NDAB-PAC and BUILD-PAC are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Only PERSONAL or NON-CORPORATE checks may be accepted. Your privilege of membership in NDAB, NAHB, and affiliated local associations will not be affected if you choose not to contribute. Participation is strictly voluntary. Contributions are only suggested amounts.
If you choose to participate, you may contribute more or less than the suggested amount. Federal law requires political action committees to report the name, mailing address, occupation, and name of employer for each individual whose contributions aggregate in excess of $200 in a calendar year.