Manufacture Alabama has stated they are “pleased to announce the endorsement of Twinkle Cavanaugh for re-election as the President of the Alabama Public Service Commission.”
“Throughout her career, Twinkle Cavanaugh has consistently shown a strong commitment to ensuring that Alabama’s manufacturers and businesses operate in a thriving environment. Her extensive experience in public service and deep understanding of energy issues make her the perfect choice for continued leadership at the Public Service Commission,” said George Clark, President of Manufacture Alabama. “We are confident that Twinkle will continue to champion policies that promote reliable and affordable energy for our state’s businesses while saving taxpayer dollars.”
“Twinkle Cavanaugh has a proven track record of public service, including her tenure as President of the Alabama Public Service Commission from 2012 to 2020. During her time in office, she demonstrated an unwavering commitment to ensuring a reliable and affordable energy supply for Alabama’s businesses and residents. Her deep understanding of the energy sector, coupled with her dedication to fostering economic growth, makes her an exceptional choice to continue serving in this crucial role,” Manufacture Alabama stated.
“It has been my privilege to serve the state of Alabama, and I remain committed to upholding the values of reliability, affordability and fostering economic growth. Together, we will continue to work to ensure that Alabama’s businesses have the resources they need to flourish while safeguarding the interests of our hardworking taxpayers,” said Cavanaugh. “I am grateful for Manufacture Alabama’s endorsement and its dedication to creating jobs-jobs-jobs for Alabamians — I look forward to continuing our shared journey toward bettering the state we call home.”
Twinkle Cavanaugh’s extensive background and accomplishments in public service “position her as a highly qualified candidate for the Public Service Commission. Manufacture Alabama endorses Twinkle Cavanaugh and encourages its members and all Alabamians to support her reelection campaign,” the company stated.