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By taking a proactive role in government, we can help shape the legislature and protect our interests as multifamily professionals.

GCAA’s Super PAC – Rental Housing Alliance 

The Rental Housing Alliance (RHA) is the voice of the multifamily apartment industry in the Charlotte, North Carolina and surrounding Mecklenburg County area. Its mission is to educate and advocate on behalf of the multifamily housing interests and to advocate for like-minded candidates for public office.

The RHA Super PAC is an effective way to become more politically active and support candidates who share the legislative priorities of the multifamily apartment industry. Our focus is on a broad range of multifamily apartment government affairs issues, including valet waste regulation, landlord tenant issues, affordable housing and more.

AANC PAC


The purpose of the AANC PAC is to evaluate and provide financial support and to influence and support the election of candidates for public office in the State of North Carolina, who, by their acts, writings and statements, have demonstrated an interest in good government, have shown an understanding of the Apartment and Rental Property industries, and have a willingness to cooperate and work with the Apartment and Rental Property industries to further public policy in the public interest. The PAC shall not give regard to party affiliation when considering candidates. THE AANC PAC NEEDS YOU to help shape issues, such as; Landlord/Tenant Law, Building Codes, Forced Section 8, Maintenance Licensing, Impact Fees/Tax Policy, Utility Regulations, Inspections, Swimming Pool Rules, & Accessibility