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Manufacture Alabama endorses Katie Britt for U.S. Senate

Manufacture Alabama has announced its support of Katie Britt for U.S. Senate.

Senate candidate Katie Britt.

Manufacture Alabama has announced its support of Katie Britt for U.S. Senate.

“Manufacture Alabama seeks to endorse pro-business candidates who will advocate on behalf of manufacturers in Alabama. Katie Britt embodies these qualities and has the tenacity and experience we need representing Alabama in the U.S. Senate,” said George Clark, president of Manufacture Alabama. “Katie has the work ethic, energy and vision required to ensure Alabama will be a great place to live and work for future generations.”

In previous professional roles, Katie supported the work of Manufacture Alabama and has had the opportunity to visit with many of the member companies to discuss their challenges and learn more about their needs. Manufacture Alabama is proud to stand with Katie and support her bid for U.S. Senate.

“I am proud to have earned the endorsement of Manufacture Alabama,” said Britt. “Alabama’s manufacturers provide good-paying jobs in communities across our state and are critical pillars of America’s national security and competitiveness with adversaries like China. Especially as we combat supply chain and inflationary issues under the Biden Administration, it is more important than ever to support our domestic manufacturers. I will always put Alabama and America first and will fight to bring back quality jobs that have been shipped overseas by ineffective, self-serving career politicians for decades. We need fresh blood in the Senate to put hardworking Alabama families above the special interests of the globalist permanent political class.”

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