NADA Represents Dealers in Washington

Every day on Capitol Hill and in the regulatory agencies in Washington, D.C., policymakers are making decisions that have the ability to greatly affect local auto dealerships and the millions of customers they serve. But dealers have always had a powerful advocate in NADA.

While proposed legislation, public policies and agency rules may differ from one presidential administration or Congress to the next, the NADA mission remains the same: to educate policymakers about the franchised dealership business model, to engage stakeholders about the importance of a vibrant automotive retail industry, to communicate dealer interests to our manufacturer business partners, and to protect dealers and their millions of customers from harmful or misguided public policies.  Click Here to Contribute Now

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Legislation at the Federal Level

As an important element of NADA’s success on Capitol Hill is the NADA PAC. NADA PAC raises funds from individuals at NADA/ATD member dealerships and contributes those funds to pro-dealer candidates for the U.S. House and Senate. Dealers and managers, and their immediate families, of NADA member dealerships are eligible to contribute to NADA PAC.

  • NADA PAC is a “connected PAC,” and all administrative and fundraising expenses incurred by NADA PAC are paid by NADA, not out of fundraising receipts. One hundred percent of every donation goes toward contributions to federal candidates.
  • NADA PAC is bi-partisan and contributes to pro-dealer House and Senate candidates of both parties.
  • NADA PAC candidate contributions are determined by each state’s NADA PAC team.
  • NADA PAC can only accept contributions made by personal check or personal credit card. NADA PAC can manage
    auto renewal credit card payments or divide a contribution into equal increments to be paid over time. Corporate
    contributions to NADA PAC are prohibited by federal law
  • An individual may contribute up to $5,000 per year to NADA PAC.
  • Donors may contribute online and obtain more information here.

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