TOPEKA, KS -- Pat Roberts for Senate is proud to announce the endorsement of the Kansas REALTORS PAC, the state’s largest association political action committee representing over 7,600 real estate professionals working in the agricultural, commercial and residential real estate industries. Earlier this year Pat Roberts received the endorsement of the National REALTORS PAC (RPAC).

“I am honored to be endorsed by an organization whose members are so involved in our communities,” Roberts said. “I am proud to have their continued partnership as we work to protect private property rights, grow the economy and create jobs.”

“Senator Pat Roberts has a long history of supporting homeownership, private property rights, job growth and economic development in Kansas and we look forward to his leadership on these key issues in the future. We need the economic recovery to keep moving forward in Kansas and we know that Senator Roberts is the right person for the job at the right time,” said Chris Rost of Salina, the President of the Kansas Association of REALTORS.

“Throughout his many years of service to Kansans, Senator Roberts has been a vocal supporter of regulatory and tax relief for Kansas small businesses and a strong supporter of vital tax incentives that help make homeownership and the American Dream affordable for middle class Kansas families. His support for legislation to maintain access for Rural Housing loan programs in rural Kansas have been critical to maintaining those communities. We look forward to continuing to work together with Senator Roberts to promote economic prosperity and homeownership in Kansas,” said Rost.

The Kansas REALTORS PAC endorsement adds to the overwhelming and unprecedented amount of support garnered by Pat Roberts ahead of the 2014 elections. Roberts is endorsed by 30 state senators, 79 state representatives, the entire Kansas congressional delegation, and all statewide GOP officials on the ballot this year. Additionally, he has support from the American Conservative Union, the Chamber of Commerce, the NFIB, National Right to Life, Kansans for Life, the Kansas State Rifle Association, the Kansas Farm Bureau, the Kansas Black Republican Council, Senator Bob Dole, Speaker Newt Gingrich, leading conservative and Washington Times Opinion Editor David Keene, and many others.