State Wide Advocacy

Architects need to get involved in the political process for three reasons:

Architects have a lot to give.  Architects impact the lives of everyone in the communities they serve. The architectural profession employees more than 275,000 Americans and it is part of the design/construction industry, which represents 8 percent to 10 percent of the U.S. economy. Architects need a strong voice on a wide range of issues from community planning, housing, sustainability, building codes, project delivery, historic preservation, and a wealth of other issues.

Architects have a lot to lose.  It is easy to take for granted what has already been earned – architectural practice acts, qualifications based selection for design services, tax provisions for historic preservation, to name a few – but all of this work can be undone by a legislator who is unaware of the purpose of these important victories of the past.

Through the AIA, Architects have a unified voice on the business and the design issues important to all of us. 

Support the Maryland Architects PAC

Your help is needed to give architects a strong voice in the Maryland General Assembly. 

Click on the Donate button below to make an online donation by credit card to the Maryland Architects PAC. Checks can be mailed to:

Maryland Architects’ PAC
86 Maryland Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401

Every member giving just $5 would have a large impact in advocating for the profession and help us meet our goals.

Thank you in advance for your support!

 Read more about your Maryland Architects PAC.


Legislative Resources

Contacting Legislators
Annotated Code of Maryland