NC Chamber Names NC House Speaker Tim Moore a 2023 Jobs Champion | Eastern North Carolina Now

Tim Moore’s Strong Pro-Growth Voting Record Recognized by NC’s Leading Statewide Business Advocate

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    Raleigh, NC - The NC Chamber has named NC House Speaker Tim Moore a 2023 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 global race for jobs. Speaker Moore was recognized as a Jobs Champion for voting with the Chamber's Jobs Agenda at least 80 percent of the time during the 2023 legislative session.

    NC House Speaker Tim Moore said, "I am honored to be named a jobs champion by the NC Chamber. Thanks to the diligent, fiscally responsible work of the NC House of Representatives, our state is the best for business and an example to others nationwide. I look forward to the hard work before us to maintain that status, continue to invest in workforce development, and bring even more jobs to North Carolina."

    "As we work to maintain our status as the top state for business, North Carolina's job creators need to know which of our leaders are willing to act to keep us competitive," said NC Chamber President and CEO Gary Salamido.

    He continued, "The bold leadership displayed by Speaker Moore and other NC Chamber Jobs Champions in 2023 will help our businesses continue to invest in North Carolina and its people. We look forward to continuing to work with Speaker Moore in the year ahead to foster continued growth and success across our communities."


   Contact: Demi Dowdy
   Email: demi.dowdy@ncleg.gov
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