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BCA’s ProgressPAC announces first round of legislative endorsements

This is the first round of state legislative endorsements for the upcoming elections and more will follow at a later date.

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The Business Council of Alabama has announced that ProgressPAC, BCA’s pro-jobs political affiliate, has endorsed a slate of state legislators who are running for reelection in the 2022 election cycle.

This is the first round of state legislative endorsements for the upcoming elections and more will follow at a later date.

BCA also announced that Kevin Savoy of Abbeville’s Great Southern Wood Preserving has been elected as chairman of ProgressPAC for 2022.

“ProgressPAC is dedicated to creating a business climate that grows jobs and strong communities in every corner of Alabama,” said Savoy. “These legislators have all displayed the type of pro-growth, solution-oriented leadership that continues to move Alabama forward. We are proud to support candidates who are committed to creating an environment in Alabama that protects and supports employers that create and sustain good jobs.”

The endorsed legislative candidates, along with previous statewide endorsements made by ProgressPAC for 2022, can be found online.

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