Georgia Chamber Endorses Sen. Perdue in Re-Election Campaign

The Georgia Chamber of Commerce announced today that is has formally endorsed U.S. Senator David Perdue for re-election. The Chamber cited “his outstanding record of defending free enterprise, creating jobs, and supporting small businesses during the COVID-19 crisis.” 
Sen. David Perdue:

“Georgia has been named the best state in the country in which to do business for seven consecutive years, and the Georgia Chamber of Commerce plays a huge role in maintaining that business-friendly climate. Since the beginning of COVID-19, the Georgia Chamber has stepped up to support our communities, make sure their members have the latest information about relief, and help coordinate critical small business loans. Before this crisis, we led the greatest economic turnaround in U.S. history that created 7.5 million new jobs and helped 6.6 million people pull themselves out of poverty. We had the highest middle-class income ever measured, the lowest overall unemployment in 50 years, and the lowest African American, Asian, and Hispanic unemployment ever measured. As we focus on rebuilding the economy and defeating this virus, I am committed to making sure that our free enterprise system, which is the backbone of our freedom in America, remains strong for our children and our grandchildren.”
The Georgia Chamber:

“The Georgia Chamber endorses Senator Perdue because he truly knows and cares about Georgia small businesses, our large employers, family farmers, foresters and manufacturers. He has grown up in Georgia’s communities, attended Georgia schools, and he actually knows Georgia’s hard workers, seniors, and students. We have watched him tackle big and small issues from deepening the Port of Savannah to supporting the Marine Corp Logistics Base in Albany and securing funding for Georgia’s family farmers. Senator Perdue has consistently reached across the aisle and across the state. He has the heart of a true public servant and is exactly what we need in Washington D.C.”

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