Local Realtors PAC Endorses Lott for Council

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Friday, April 19, 2019

Lott for City Council Endorsed By Upstate Alliance of REALTORS® PAC
Residential Real Estate Association Supports Challenger for Fourth District

FORT WAYNE, Ind.— Upstate Alliance of REALTORS® political action committee, known as RPAC, pledged its support today for Rachel Lott’s candidacy for fourth district city council.

“I am honored by the immense support I’ve received in the community for my campaign,” Lott said. “RPAC’s support is particularly special, because they represent the interests of homeowners and their private property rights, as well as our local residential real estate market, which has been a point of pride for Fort Wayne. We are consistently recognized as having one of the hottest real estate markets nationwide.”

The RPAC Trustees interview candidates during the election season to determine their positions on issues that affect the business of real estate and the private property rights of homeowners. Based on these interviews, they determine which candidates, if any, will receive RPAC support, which may take the form of a financial contribution to their campaign and/or an endorsement from the RPAC Trustees.

“The job of a public servant is to represent and serve the people,” Lott said. “My campaign has been focused on listening to residents from the beginning, and RPAC’s support reflects my commitment to citizens and our quality of life.”

In addition to hearing from residents directly in their neighborhoods and by visiting with community groups, Lott is listening through a Resident Feedback Survey, available at www.vote4lott.com/feedback.

Lott is running in the Republican primary on May 7, challenging incumbent Jason Arp.


About Rachel Lott
Rachel Lott serves as vice president of Group Stellar, a strategic communications firm serving small businesses, rural communities and military/defense clients. She has experience in public education, healthcare and business. Lott has volunteered locally at Charis House and Women’s Care Center, and began volunteering with pro-life organizations almost 10 years ago. She currently serves as marketing chair for the Northeast Indiana Base Community Council and Race for the Warrior, supporting local military families.

Rachel J. Lott