In support of Neugebauer, NAHB launched an effort among its members that employed sophisticated communications and outreach to help identify and mobilize pro-housing voters.
A long-time member of NAHB, Neugebauer serves on the association’s board of directors and is a former NAHB national vice president.
BUILD-PAC, the political action committee of NAHB, contributed the legal maximum of $10,000 to Neugebauer’s campaign — $5,000 for the primary and $5,000 for the runoff election.
During a hard-fought campaign, Neugebauer stressed “jobs for West Texas families” as a top priority. “One of the things we have to make sure in America is that we have an environment where small business can flourish and thrive, and certainly tax cuts is one way to do that,” he said.
Neugebauer comes to Congress with a strong record of public service in Texas. He served as Lubbock city councilman for six years and was the leader of the Ports-to-Plains coalition, which won approval for a job-creating transportation project.