Construction Industry’s Election Fund Also Provides the Maximum Contribution to Support the Representative’s Campaign, Noting Representative Marshall’s Proven Leadership Abilities
The Associated General Contractors of America Political Action Committee, also known as the AGC PAC, announced today that it has endorsed Roger Marshall for the United States Senate. AGC PAC officials said they are supporting the representative’s campaign because of his strong pro-construction record.
“Roger Marshall has distinguished himself as a serious leader with a proven track record of fighting unreasonable regulations, supporting much-needed tax reforms, and pursuing common-sense health care policies,” said Stephen E. Sandherr, the association’s chief executive officer. “The representative has proven that he will stand up and fight for what is right when it comes to protecting our economy, our workers and our country.”
In addition to endorsing Representative Marshall, AGC PAC has contributed the maximum amount of $10,000 to his campaign. AGC PAC is also encouraging the association’s members in Kansas to help turn out the construction vote in support of the representative in both the August 4 primary and the November 3 general elections.
“Roger Marshall is one of our industry’s strongest allies here in Kansas and representing us in Washington D.C. He has worked side-by-side with us on important issues including workforce development, infrastructure investment, economic growth and limiting bureaucracy,” added Michael White, executive director of the Kansas Contractors Association. “Roger has been a critical ally in helping Kansas secure funding for various construction projects, including the Northwest Business Corridor Truck Route Road Improvements and the Manhattan Regional Airport.”
AGC is the association for the commercial construction industry, with hundreds of member companies in its two Kansas chapters, representing general and specialty contractors, service providers, and suppliers. This endorsement comes from AGC PAC, the national association’s political action committee.
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