Caucus

 

National Legislative Caucus

Each spring, ARA members meet in Washington, D.C. to meet face to face with members of Congress and their staff. Nothing hits home for an elected official quite like a visit from a constituent.

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How it works

Educate
Prior to caucus, you’ll be provided with information on how to talk to your representatives.
Network
Enjoy meeting with other ARA members that represent states across the country
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Frequently asked questions

  • What is caucus?

    ARA’s National Legislative Caucus is the association’s annual fly-in to Washington D.C. ...

    ARA’s National Legislative Caucus is the association’s annual fly-in to Washington D.C. where ARA members from across the country advocate on behalf of the industry. Attendees are nominated by state association presidents and participation is paid for by ARA. 
  • Does my participation really make a difference?

    Yes. Educating and building relationships with members of Congress takes time ...

    Yes. Caucus is aimed at educating members of Congress and then reinforcing and building on those relationships. Hundreds of groups vie for Congress’ time and attention and the amount of information shared with them is enormous. Every bit of contact – face-to-face, email, in-store visits, letters and calls and ARAPAC contributions – are valuable points of contact for members and our issues.