Role of the Senate & House RV Caucuses
The House and Senate RV Caucus Members are the champions for the RV industry and RV lifestyle on Capitol Hill by advocating on behalf of the industry on issues such as campground modernization, tax and trade issues.
The RV Industry Association provides the House and Senate RV Caucuses opportunities for Senators, Representatives and their staff to learn more about the vital role RVs play in the outdoor recreation and travel industries through industry information, news stories and briefings as well as education events throughout the year.
The House RV Caucus was established in 2014 by Representative Dennis A. Ross (R-FL-15), a lifetime RVer from Florida, and by Representative Jackie Walorski (R-IN-02), whose district in Indiana holds many RV manufacturers and suppliers. Representative Dina Titus (D-NV-1) joined as co-chair of the House RV Caucus to show her support for the many campgrounds and RV parks in her district. In 2015, Senator Joe Donnelly (D-IN) established the Senate RV Caucus and Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) enthusiastically joined as co-chair.
Members of the House and Senate RV Caucuses represent members of the RV industry from across the country and serve as champions for legislative and regulatory RV industry issues.
Join us in thanking our RV champions on the Hill at the annual RV Caucus Reception during Advocacy Day.
Is Your Representative a Member of the Senate or House RV Caucus?