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Manufacture Alabama makes additional endorsements ahead of 2022 general election

Manufacture Alabama announces 27 additional endorsements for the 2022 general election.

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Manufacture Alabama announces 27 additional endorsements for the 2022 general election. These endorsed candidates are passionate about promoting a positive and competitive environment that enhances the opportunity for growth of existing and future Alabama-based businesses. Manufacture Alabama released its first round of political endorsements in April, prior to the primary election. A full list of endorsed candidates may be found here:

“The success of industry in Alabama depends on elected leaders who continue to support policies and legislation which will attract and retain a diverse workforce, invest in transportation and infrastructure initiatives and improve regulatory conditions resulting in economic growth and success,” said George Clark, President of Manufacture Alabama. “Our Association stands by these candidates because they are committed to making Alabama the best place to be a manufacturer.”

The latest list of endorsed candidates include:

Statewide Offices

State Treasurer Young Boozer (re-election)

Alabama Congressional Delegation

Congressman Jerry Carl (re-election) Congressman Barry Moore (re-election) Congressman Mike Rogers (re-election) Congressman Robert Aderholt (re-election) Congressman Dale Strong
Congressman Gary Palmer (re-election) Congresswoman Terri Sewell (re-election)

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Alabama Senate

District 11 – Lance Bell

District 12 – Keith Kelly

District 27 – Jay Hovey

District 31 – Josh Carnley

Alabama House of Representatives

District 2 – Ben Harrison

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District 3 – Kerry Underwood

District 10 – David Cole

District 14 – Representative Tim Wadsworth (re-election)

District 15 – Leigh Hulsey

District 20 – James Lomax

District 23 – Mike Kirkland

District 25 – Phillip Rigsby

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District 29 – Mark Gidley

District 31 – Troy Stubbs

District 45 – Susan Dubose

District 58 – Representative Rolanda Hollis (re-election)

District 92 – Matthew Hammett

District 94 – Jennifer Fidler

District 100 – Mark Shirey

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