Election 2020

Election 2020

Ensuring housing issues are a key part of the conversation throughout the campaign season.

What the Election Results Mean for Housing

state and local advocacy

The election was decided by razor-thin margins, as the race for president was called for former Vice President Joe Biden four days after the polls closed. Democrats will retain the House, though Republicans will gain some seats. Two runoff contests in Georgia on Jan. 5, 2021 will decide which party will control the Senate. NAHB’s Election Summary illustrates how these elections could impact the housing industry.

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BUILD-PAC NAHB’s bipartisan political arm helps elect pro-housing, pro-business candidates to federal office.
NAHB Events
<p>NAHB will bring together community leaders, constituents&nbsp;and national candidates to discuss housing issues.</p>

NAHB Events

NAHB Events

NAHB will bring together community leaders, constituents and national candidates to discuss housing issues.

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Congressional Endorsements 2020
NAHB endorses candidates who have shown a commitment to policies that promote homeownership and rental housing opportunities for all Americans.

Congressional Endorsements 2020

Congressional Endorsements 2020

NAHB endorses candidates who have shown a commitment to policies that promote homeownership and rental housing opportunities for all Americans.
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<p>Recognizing federal legislators who have demonstrated strong support for housing and key housing issues.</p>

Defender of Housing Award

Defender of Housing Award

Recognizing federal legislators who have demonstrated strong support for housing and key housing issues.

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