MORPAC Speaker Series

MORPAC

Want to interact with policymakers in Washington on key priorities impacting your businesses and the broader economy? Join MORPAC and participate in an upcoming PAC Speaker Series event.

The MORPAC Speaker Series is a donor benefit program which features a slate of political speakers, including Members of Congress and key staff at national party committees, to provide our advocates with timely updates from Capitol Hill and election outlooks from key races across the country.

Interested in attending or want to learn more? Contact morpac@mba.org.

Upcoming Events:

  • June 23, 1:30 PM - 2:00 PM with Representative Ben McAdams (D-UT)
    Congressman Ben McAdams is a freshman member of the House Financial Services Committee, serving on the Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit Subcommittee. He also co-chairs the Housing Task Force of the New Democrat Coalition. Before Congress, he was the twice-elected mayor of Salt Lake County, served in the Utah State Senate and practiced law in New York and Utah, assisting businesses with federal securities regulation compliance. He will provide a Capitol Hill update and address the prospects for possible bicameral negotiations of housing/financial services-related issues in the next COVID-19 relief package. 

  • June 29, 4:00 PM - 4:30 PM with Senator Tina Smith (D-MN)
    Senator Tina Smith serves on the Senate Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs Committee and co-chairs the bipartisan Senate "Rural Economic Working Group" with Senator Mike Rounds (R-SD). Before her appointment to the US Senate, Tina served as Minnesota's Lieutenant Governor. She has also served as Chief of Staff to both Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and former Governor Mark Dayton. Senator Smith has been a fierce advocate for Minnesota by working to create economic opportunity for families, businesses, and communities across the state. She is focused on working with both parties to get things done to support economic growth in Minnesota. In Washington, D.C., she has worked to find common ground with both her colleagues and the Administration.