NJAA Political Action Committee


The New Jersey Apartment Association’s primary mission is to promote and defend the multi-family industry, and our political action committee, NJAA PAC, is a key component of our comprehensive government affairs strategy. Working in concert with our professional, in-house legislative, policy, regulatory and research staff, and our active NJAA members at the grassroots level, the PAC is a key tool in helping to spread the pro-apartment living message.

Every single NJAA member – owners, managers, builders, developers, leasing agents, maintenance technicians, attorneys, planners, engineers, architects, carpenters, roofers, plumbers, equipment installers, and vendors – has a stake in a healthy, vibrant, and successful rental housing industry.

The ability of apartment owners to continue to provide safe, affordable rental housing to our residents, and deliver valued services to them – while doing this effectively, efficiently and profitably – rests on the continued financial strength of NJAA PAC.

We need to continue to bolster our PAC to help make NJAA an even stronger advocate for the pro-apartment living message and to ensure that multi-family rental housing remains a viable option for thousands of New Jersey’s working families, young couples and seniors.

For over a decade, our Annual NJAA PAC Reception is now the marquee political event for multi-family rental housing and residential real estate. Our Reception has featured the leaders who shape the policy discussions, decide the legislative agenda, and work to make sure that balanced housing policy – including both for-sale and rental options– continues to be a priority at the State House.

NJAA members, supporters and friends are the key to NJAA PAC’s success these past few years, and remains the foundation of our ability to continue in the future. Your financial support plays a pivotal role in making sure that the multi-family rental housing providers have a loud, clear, unified and effective voice in Trenton.

To contribute, please contact the NJAA office at (732) 992-0600.