RV Congressional Champions Post Electoral Wins

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Members of the House and Senate RV Caucuses largely will return to congressional service after the midterm elections. The House caucus retained 23 of its 27 members and both Senate caucus members won re-election.

The most significant congressional victory was Rep. Dina Titus (D-Nev.) earning re-election. Titus is the House caucus chair. She had been a co-chair of the caucus with Indiana Rep. Jackie Walorski before Walorski’s death in August.

RVIA said the industry benefited from Titus’ leadership on issues important to the RV industry including trade, tax, and campground modernization.

“Members of the House and Senate RV Caucuses represent members of the RV industry from across the country and serve as advocates for legislative and regulatory RV industry issues,” RVIA Vice President of Government Affairs Jay Landers said. “We are grateful to all our caucus members for their steadfast support of the RV industry. We would also like to congratulate each of the caucus members who won their races.”

Two House caucus members are retiring after this congressional term while a third lost in the primaries.

Sens. Todd Young (R-Ind.) and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) won re-election from the Senate caucus. Six Senate caucus members are on the ballot in 2024.

“The RV Industry Association government affairs team looks forward to reaching out and educating new members of Congress about the all-American RV industry,” RVIA said. “The team will also be inviting new and returning members of Congress to join the RV Caucuses, growing our number of champions on the Hill in 2024.”

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