Major Endorsement Alert! Michigan Chamber Of Commerce Endorses Tudor Dixon For Governor

November 1, 2022

Grand Rapids, Michigan—Republican Gubernatorial candidate Tudor Dixon today received the endorsement of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce. She released the following statement in response:

"I’m thrilled the Michigan Chamber embraces my vision for a Michigan with less regulation, less government interference in business, and not picking winners and losers, as some other organizations seek to do," said Dixon. "I welcome a partnership with the Chamber and other business organizations that embrace free markets, limited government, and the ability for businesses of all sizes to grow and prosper in our state."

The Chamber released the below statement outlining their total support for Dixon as the best choice to lead Michigan through the current economic challenges facing our communities, businesses, and families. They reiterated their endorsement, encouraging Michiganders to go out and vote for Tudor Dixon on November 8th.

“The multitude of challenges facing our state’s job providers and impacting our economy warrant a new direction – that’s why we believe Tudor Dixon is the best choice to lead Michigan for the next four years,”said Jim Holcomb, president & CEO.“Tudor is a champion of free enterprise and has demonstrated a clear commitment to practical problem solving and building a stronger Michigan that works for businesses, communities and families alike.”

Wendy Block, VP of Business Advocacy and Member Engagement, added: Tudor Dixon has earned the Michigan Chamber’s endorsement. A vote for Tudor is a vote for helping our state continue to rebound, adapt and move forward. At the same time, we have an unwavering commitment to working with our elected leaders from both sides of the aisle to move Michigan forward.”

Holcomb reiterated a call for – and commitment to – pragmatic problem solving and civility.“Elections can be rough and tumble, but after Nov. 8, it’s incumbent upon us all to put the campaign season behind us and work cooperatively to grow a robust, resilient economy that works for everyone,” he concluded.

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