Becchi’s financial services, tax policy experience and leadership in the public and private sector needed in Congress for critical economic and jobs recovery efforts
WASHINGTON, D.C. Today, the Business-Industry Political Action Committee (BIPAC) announced its endorsement of Rosemary Becchi in the race to represent the Eleventh Congressional District of New Jersey.
“Rosemary Becchi’s priorities are economic expansion and job growth and we need her experience and leadership in Congress. She is committed to finding common-sense solutions to help our economy thrive and to make lives better for American families and businesses – more important now than ever as the country grapples with devastating health and economic effects of the pandemic – especially in New Jersey” said Tim Riordan, BIPAC’s Chief Operating Officer.
After receiving the endorsement of BIPAC, Becchi stated, “Thank you, to BIPAC for your endorsement. I am grateful for both the support and the important work that BIPAC provides. My commitment is to work to find solutions to create job growth and economic expansion, especially in light of the pandemic and the economic ruin many families have found themselves in.”
“Now more than ever New Jersey will need visionary business policy to overcome the economic struggles that we will face in the wake of the pandemic. It is critical we take steps to re-open business and get people back to work in a safe environment. Protecting and growing job opportunities is crucial to the success of a New Jersey economic comeback. It is time for the leadership of New Jersey to consider public and private partnerships and visionary answers to the problems that we face as we recover from the coronavirus Pandemic. If elected to Congress, I will immediately apply my expertise to helping New Jersey and the Country get back to work,” said Becchi.
All candidates endorsed and supported by BIPAC have been recommended and vetted by a non-partisan committee of the BIPAC Board of Directors who represent various industries. The endorsements will be communicated to hundreds of business organizations and associations.
The Business-Industry Political Action Committee was founded in 1963 and has over 200 companies and associations as members. Through its Political Action Fund, it works to elect pro-business candidates to Congress. BIPAC’s Business Institute for Political Analysis carries out extensive programs of political analysis, research and communications on campaigns and elections, and fosters business participation in the political process. Learn more at www.bipacaction.org
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