I am a Manufacturing Voter, are you?

October 2nd, 2014

I am a Manufacturing Voter, are you?

The National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) has produced a message (view here) for America that highlights the importance of getting out the vote.

What is a Manufacturing Voter?

A Manufacturing Voter is a person who works in manufacturing, is retired from manufacturing, has a family member who is a manufacturer, or lives in a community or state supported by manufacturing.

A Manufacturing Voter believes that supporting a growth agenda for the U.S. will build a stronger future for our country.

A Manufacturing Voter knows that the decisions made by our elected leaders, from Washington to Main Street, have an impact on our lives, our families, our communities and our jobs.

A Manufacturing Voter wants elected officials who support an atmosphere in which manufacturing can flourish and grow in the 21 Century.

A Manufacturing Voter understands that good policy begins at the ballot box, and party affiliation of “D” and “R,” “liberal” and “conservative,” mean less than doing what is right for jobs and our country.

To find out how to become a Manufacturing Voter, click here!