image From the Brenna Findley for Attorney General of Iowa campaign:

Brenna Findley of Dexter, IA has been named a "Friend of Iowa Business" by the Iowa Industry PAC, the political action committee of the Iowa Association of Business and Industry.  Findley is the Republican candidate for Attorney General of Iowa.

The Iowa Industry PAC evaluates candidates based on their ability to help create jobs in Iowa by supporting a competitive business climate.  Criteria used to make the designations include the candidates’ positions on issues of importance to job creators in Iowa.

"Brenna Findley has demonstrated a commitment to improve Iowa’s business climate so that employers can create more jobs and grow the economy," said Michael Ralston, President of the Iowa Association of Business and Industry.

"Iowa needs an Attorney General who is a strong advocate for Iowa’s economy and understands what it takes to create private sector jobs in every community and in every county," said Findley. "My background and experience have given me the understanding about what it takes to ensure Iowa is a family friendly state where jobs, opportunity and prosperity can thrive in every community. Small business is the engine for job growth– my office will be small business friendly," she added. 

The Iowa Association of Business and Industry (ABI) is comprised of approximately 1,400 companies employing more than 300,000 Iowans. As "The Voice of Iowa Business Since 1903", ABI works to enhance the Iowa business climate to foster growth and prosperity for Iowans. The Iowa Industry PAC is non-partisan and endorses both Republican and Democratic candidates for legislative offices. The committee encourages voters to consider the endorsements when evaluating which candidates will help bring jobs to Iowa when voting in the November 2nd general election.

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