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Manufacture Alabama endorses Gov. Kay Ivey for reelection

Manufacture Alabama has announced its endorsement of Gov. Kay Ivey for re-election.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey met with the Capitol press corps on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021, in Montgomery, Alabama. (GOVERNOR'S OFFICE/HAL YEAGER)

Manufacture Alabama has announced its endorsement of Gov. Kay Ivey for reelection.

“Manufacture Alabama is endorsing Governor Ivey for reelection due to her commitment to our state, her deep understanding of industry’s needs and her unwavering support for our manufacturers across Alabama,” said George Clark, president of Manufacture Alabama. “Governor Ivey has long been a friend to our association and a passionate advocate for the manufacturing industry.  She has always been committed to make Alabama an even better place to live and conduct business and leads with a common-sense approach. Her tireless leadership has brought positive outcomes to our manufacturers and we couldn’t be prouder to give her our full endorsement.”

“The manufacturing industry is a critical sector of our state’s growing economy, and it is a particularly proud moment for our campaign to have earned the support of its leaders,” Ivey said. “It has been our mission over these last four years to cultivate a thriving business climate not just by Alabama standards, but to set the bar across all fifty states. We reached that goal – even amidst exceptionally uncertain and trying times – thanks to our working partnership with industry leaders like those at Manufacture Alabama. We know there is more work to be done to ensure that Alabama’s best is still yet to come.”

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