CANDIDATES SUPPORTED BY ATLANTA RPAC

How you vote is a personal decision, but it can also be a professional decision.

Your fellow REALTORS® have worked hard to analyze races, review voting records, and interview candidates. Before you cast your ballot, please consider the candidates that your colleagues have identified as the most qualified to make important decisions that will impact the future of the real estate industry.

The Atlanta REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) supports local candidates in the metro Atlanta area who share our position on issues such as protecting property rights, promoting smart growth, creating affordable housing opportunities, and encouraging economic development -- regardless of partisan affiliation.

2021 General Election ARPAC Supported Candidates

Mayor – Andre Dickens
City Council President - Deferred until after November 2.

Post One - At-Large - Michael Julian Bond (Incumbent)
Post Two – At-Large – Matt Westmoreland (Incumbent)
Post Three – At-Large – Jodi Merriday - (Open Seat)

Council Seat 1 – Deferred until after November 2.
Council Seat 3 – Byron Amos (Open Seat)
Council Seat 4 – REALTOR® Kim Scott (Challenging an Incumbent)
Council Seat 5 – Samuel Bacote (Open Seat)
Council Seat 6 – Alex Wan (Open Seat)
Council Seat 9 – Dustin Hillis (Incumbent)
Council Seat 10 – Andrea Boone (Incumbent)
Council Seat 11 – Marci Overstreet (Incumbent)
Council Seat 12 - Joyce Sheperd (Incumbent)

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RPAC Investments

Contributions are not deductible for income tax purposes. Contributions to RPAC are voluntary and are used for political purposes. You may refuse to contribute without reprisal and the National Association of REALTORS®, the Georgia Association of REALTORS®, the Atlanta REALTORS® Association, or the Atlanta Commercial Board of REALTORS® will not favor or disfavor any member because of the amount contributed. 70% of each contribution is used by GARPAC and ARPAC to support state and local candidates.  Until GARPAC reaches its RPAC goal, 30% is sent to National RPAC to support federal candidates and is charged against your limits under 2 U.S.C. 441a; after GARPAC reaches its RPAC goal, it may elect to retain your entire contribution for use in supporting state and local candidates.