Indiana Manufacturers Association Endorses Walorski
November 1, 2016

The Indiana Manufacturers Association is pleased to endorse Congresswoman Jackie Walorski for reelection to the United States House of Representatives representing Indiana’s 2nd Congressional District in the November 2016 General Election.

IMA has examined the candidates and determined that Congresswoman Walorski is the superior candidate who will best advance the interests of manufacturing in Indiana.

Indiana is the most manufacturing intensive state in America. More of this state’s economy and jobs are produced by manufacturing than any other industry. Policies that help manufacturers help all Hoosiers.

“While Indiana has made wonderful strides in creating an economic climate that will lead to growth, there are significant issues impacting Indiana’s manufacturers, and many of these issues originate in Washington, D.C.,” said IMA President Brian Burton. “We need leaders who will support tax, environmental, energy, workforce, workplace and labor policies that help businesses expand. Our state needs members of Congress who will support pro-growth, common-sense legislation that helps manufacturers compete around the world. The IMA is confident that Congresswoman Walorski is the best qualified candidate with the most-proven track record to achieve these goals and we are proud to endorse her for reelection.”

About the Indiana Manufacturers Association:

Formed in 1901, the Indiana Manufacturers Association is the second oldest manufacturers association in the country and the only trade association in Indiana that exclusively focuses on manufacturing. The Indiana Manufacturers Association, representing more than 1,400 companies, is dedicated to advocating for a business climate that creates, protects, and promotes quality manufacturing jobs in Indiana. The staff of the Indiana Manufacturers Association has more than 140 years of combined governmental affairs experience and is recognized as experts in many areas including tax, environment, labor relations, human resources, and healthcare. Visit IMA online at www.imaweb.com.


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