Voice At The Capitol

Welcome to AAR’s Legislative & Political Affairs Department

Here you’ll find information including legislative bulletins, weekly electronic newsletters from Capitol Insider, RAPAC & Issues Mobilization, and much, much more!

Arizona REALTORS® – Your Voice on Capitol Hill

This year, Arizona REALTORS® represented Arizona well during their 2015 Hill Visits!


RAPAC 2014 InfographicLearn about RAPAC through our colorful Infographic and a brief list of RAPAC wins, “What has RAPAC done for you lately?”

Arizona REALTORS(R) - Corporate Investor - RPAC Platinum R - 2015


Anti-Deficiency Update + AAR’s Efforts to Protect Your Rights

What has RAPAC done for you? AAR’s Efforts in Legislation

Download 2014 Summaries as a High Resolution PDF
Download 2011 – 2013 Summaries as a High Resolution PDF

2015 House & Senate Bill Summaries

2014 House & Senate Bill Summaries

2013 House & Senate Bill Summaries

2012 House & Senate Bill Summaries

2011 House & Senate Bill Summaries

Why Arizona REALTORS® Invest in RAPAC?

Watch as Arizona REALTORS® discuss why it’s important to make a investment in RAPAC.

Learn more about the REALTOR® Party, RPAC and investing in your futureby visiting
NAR’s REALTOR® Action Center

RAPAC Invest Now

The Capitol Insider

The Capitol Insider is an electronic government affairs newsletter dedicated to bringing you
the most current information on issues impacting the real estate industry. Capitol Insider features summaries of the latest state real estate legislation news as well as upcoming legislative events, RAPAC news, and much more! Remember, staying informed on legislation that could affect your livelihood is half the battle!

RAPAC & Issues Mobilization

Learn more about RAPAC, the REALTORS® of Arizona Political Action Committee.

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Legislative Resources

Check here for links to some great sources of information.

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Legislative Links

A Collection of various resources available to AAR members.

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Voter Registration

Is Your Voter Registration Current?

If you have moved, changed your name or political party please be sure to update your voter registration.

As a reminder, you must have a valid picture ID with your current address on it in order to vote at the polls. If you need to update your address on your ID, you can
change it online. A new copy of your drivers license or state ID card will be sent to you for $5.