Chamber of Commerce Endorsement | Beaufort County Now | Representative Keith Kidwell’s Strong Pro-Jobs Voting Record Recognized in State Chamber of Commerce Report | keith kidwell, representative, chamber of commerce, endorsement, pro-jobs, voting record, september 23, 2020

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Chamber of Commerce Endorsement

Press Release:

    RALEIGH, N.C.     The NC Chamber today named Rep. Keith Kidwell a 2019 - 2020 Jobs Champion in its annual How They Voted report. How They Voted details state legislators' voting records on bills identified as critical to preserving and enhancing North Carolina's position in the national race for jobs. Keith Kidwell was recognized as a Jobs Champion for voting with the Chamber's Jobs Agenda at least 80 percent of the time during the 2019 — 2020 legislative biennium.

    An endorsement from the Chamber of Commerce means a lot. It's good to be recognized as a Jobs Champion. As a small business owner, I truly understand how important jobs are to Eastern North Carolina

    "Following a strong, pro-jobs long session in 2019, legislators in 2020 showed an unprecedented level of bipartisanship in supporting our state's response to COVID-19," said NC Chamber President and CEO Gary Salamido. "We are grateful for [LEGISLATOR]'s leadership in helping North Carolina navigate the unique challenges of the pandemic and put us squarely on a path to relaunching our state's economy. We look forward to continuing to work with him to help chart a new course for our state."

    About the NC Chamber

    The NC Chamber works to research, develop, advocate, and communicate for solutions and policies that produce a nationally competitive business climate in North Carolina. For more information, visit ncchamber.com.


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