ADVOCACY

The Carolinas Ready Mixed Concrete Association is proud of our legislative and regulatory efforts on behalf of the membership and the ready mixed concrete industry. CRMCA staff, our lobbyists and members work hard to monitor local, state and federal legislation to ensure that our members’ business interests are well-represented and protected.

In all of our efforts we need your support! We want to encourage you to sign up for our Legislative Updates, consider joining the NC or SC Legislative Committees and most importantly – know your legislators and support the NC and SC Political Action Committees.

 

 

LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES

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Consider making a donation today to the North Carolina PAC
and/or the South Carolina PAC.

*Please note the rules regarding contributions vary greatly between the two states and their respective PACs.

The Carolinas Ready Mixed Concrete Association has two separate Political Action Committees (PAC) representing both North Carolina and South Carolina. Both PACs are bipartisan, multi-candidate state political action committees organized with the specific goal of raising funds to support the election and service of pro-business, pro-industry candidates for all areas of state government.

Contributions to CRMCA PACs for North and South Carolina are investments in the future of your business and the ready mixed concrete industry as a whole. It is essential that we are able to support the candidates that understand and will fight for the issues important to us when they are in office. Candidates who receive support from the CRMCA PACs know our critical issues and understand the depth of that support because it comes from the unified voice of our association. There is strength in numbers and the CRMCA PACs allow us to pool our resources and influence public policy.

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Legislative Committee

Get involved by serving on one of our Legislative Committees this year.  The committee monitors issues involving the industry as well as elections on the local, state, and national level.

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Updates & Info

Visit the CRMCA Blog for Legislative Updates and important Call to Action Information. Download the new CRMCA app for easy access to our blog and more! For additional updates, join our Members Only LinkedIn Group!

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IN NORTH CAROLINA:

All contributions must be made by individuals (no company or corporate donations are allowed). Additionally, it is unlawful for an individual to be reimbursed by their employer. Different rules are applicable for national PACs as well as PACs in other states. Per NC law, any PAC must record (& submit to the State Board of Elections) the name, full mailing address, employer name and occupation/title of the individual making the contribution. This information will be public record once it is submitted to the NC State Board of Elections.

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IN SOUTH CAROLINA:

Contributions for the SC PAC may be made by individuals OR by Corporations.  Any PAC must record (& submit to the State Board of Elections) the name, full mailing address, employer name and occupation/title of the individual making the contribution. This information will be public record once it is submitted to the SC State Board of Elections.

SC PAC Donation Online

CRMCA Legislative Updates

SC Legislative Update – 2.5.24
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NC Legislative Update – 12.15.23
There were many surprises on the last day of filing. Most notably, Senator Perry and Senator Bode did not file for reelection and Rockingham County Sheriff Sam Page stuck with his plan to file for Lt. Governor rather than challenge Senate Pro Tempore Phil Berger for his seat. But the last day was not the...
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SC Legislative Update – 12.15.23
SC Legislative Update By Ben Homeyer The SC House of Representatives prefiling dates were November 16 and again on December 14 and the SC Senate was November 30. This years prefiling period is different because it is the second year of a two-year calendar. That means any legislation that fails to pass by sine die...
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