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NAM Voting Record for the 112th Congress

NAM Voting Record for the 112th Congress

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 THE NAM
VOTING
RECORD
 THE NAM
VOTING
RECORD
112TH CONGRESS
 
MANUFACTURING
JOBS
M E A N S
Questions regarding vote selection should be directed to:National Association of Manufacturers Attn: Government Relations733 10th Street, NW, Suite 700Washington, DC 20001www.nam.org© 2012 National Association of Manufacturers (NAM)
 
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The NAM Voting Record 112th Congress
Dear Manufacturer: October 2012When Americans go to the polls on November6, the decisions we make will have a lastingimpact on the economy. As manufacturersadvance our agenda for jobs and economicgrowth, manufacturing allies who are electedto the U.S. House and Senate can help turnour advocacy into legislative action.Over the course of a congressional term,lawmakers take dozens of important votes.The National Association of Manufacturers’(NAM) Voting Record for the 112thCongress highlights those votes that havethe most signi
cant impact on our sector.Manufacturing means jobs, and each ofthe votes scored by the NAM would boostemployment and grow our economy.This NAM Voting Record tracks keymanufacturing votes over the past twoyears. Lawmakers who score 70 percentor higher receive the
NAM Award for Manufacturing Legislative Excellence
—apowerful acknowledgment of their supportfor policies that strengthen both our sectorand the overall economy.Manufacturers are eager to lead theeconomic recovery, yet too often policiescreated in Washington stand in the way. Withthis NAM Voting Record, manufacturers andour allies can clearly see where our electedrepresentatives stand on issues that arecritical to this country’s competitiveness.Manufacturing employs 12 million menand women across the country, and theindustry supports millions of other jobs.Manufacturers are a political force, andwith our full participation on Election Day,we can make signi
cant strides toward themanufacturing renaissance that the nation soeagerly awaits.Thank you for your support of manufacturing,and thank you for your advocacy on behalf ofthe millions of men and women who makethings in America.Sincerely,President and CEO
President and CEOPresident and CEO

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