The REALTOR® Party Initiative is designed to leverage our association’s best asset—our grassroots. REALTORS® do so much more than list and sell property. They are community builders dedicated to improving their towns, cities, states and America. They do this because it’s good for the economic and social well-being of all citizens. They do this because it’s good for business.To ensure that each and every REALTOR® Association has the opportunity to implement a successful community or political outreach initiative, NAR is supplying a wide range of services and tools.

 

 See the full list of programs. (322K PDF)

 Learn more about the REALTOR® Party Initiative

 Download REALTOR® Party Association Resource Guide

 Learn About the REALTOR Party Grant Offerings

 Download REALTOR® Party handouts.

 Learn about REALTOR® Party Success Stories

 View the Realtor Party Tracker

 REALTOR® Party News Archive

 Down load the REALTOR® Action Center Mobile App

 

 

Political Advocacy and Governmental Affairs

NAR provides REALTORS® with excellent tools and updates to keep members informed when it comes to federal policy initiatives. NAR advocates for REALTORS issues and strengthens our business. To learn more about these tools and to stay informed visit NAR's Political Advocacy page

 

U.S. Senate 

U.S. House of Representatives 

 

2013 Louisiana REALTORS® Federal Political Coordinators 

Pam Testroet

Pam Testroet


Louisiana RPIC Representative

 Bruce Roberts smaller Bruce Roberts

Congressman John Fleming

Roberts Property Management, Shreveport

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Albert Pappalardo
Senator Mary Landrieu

Pappalardo Consulting, Inc., New Orleans

Fred Huenefeld, Jr.
Congressman Vance McAllister

Coldwell Banker Group One, Monroe

Stephanie Brouillette
Senator David Vitter


Conchita L Sulli and Associates, Inc., Kenner

Andrea McKey
Congressman Bill Cassidy 

Coldwell Banker One, Baton Rouge

Mark O. Rodi 
Congressman Steve Scalise

RE/MAX Affiliates, Metairie

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Carole Horn
Congressman Charles Boustany

Van Eaton and Romero, Inc., Lafayette

 


Congressman Cedric Richmond