REALTOR® Days at the Dome

Georgia State Capital Building

REALTOR® Days at the Dome is a long-standing tradition and an important component of GAR’s advocacy efforts. While we aren’t able to meet with our elected officials face-to-face this year, it’s just as important as ever that the REALTOR® voice is heard during the 2021 legislative session. We hope that you’ll join us on Thursday, March 4, from 9:30 am to 2:00 pm for this annual event.

Registration is now closed for this event. 

Click here to view the event schedule. (updated 3/3/2021)


Featured Speaker

Charlie Cook is the editor and publisher of the Cook Political Report, an independent and non-partisan political newsletter he founded in 1984, that analyzes U.S. elections and political trends.

Starting in 1986, Charlie wrote a first weekly, then twice weekly, column for Roll Call, the original newspaper of Capitol Hill and since 1998, for the National Journal. Over the years, Charlie has served as a political analyst for CNN, later CBS and most recently for NBC News. He has worked many election nights on the Decision Desk at NBC News in New York, and has appeared over a dozen times on NBC’s Meet the Press.

In recent years, Charlie has contributed to several editions of The Almanac of American Politics and was co-author of its 2020 Almanac.

The Cook Political Report, with a staff of six, has been called “the Bible of the political community” by former CBS News anchor Bob Schieffer and by the New York Times, “a newsletter that both parties see as authoritative.”

featured Speaker

Richard Rothstein is a Distinguished Fellow of the Economic Policy Institute and a Senior Fellow (emeritus) at the Thurgood Marshall Institute of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund. He is the author of The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America, which recovers a forgotten history of how federal, state, and local policy explicitly segregated metropolitan areas nationwide, creating racially homogenous neighborhoods in patterns that violate the Constitution and require remediation. He is also the author of many other articles and books on race and education, which can be found on his web page at the Economic Policy Institute: Previous influential books include Class and Schools: Using Social, Economic and Educational Reform to Close the Black–White Achievement Gap and Grading Education: Getting Accountability Right. He welcomes questions and comments at