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STATEMENT: NRCA Releases Statement on 2014 Midterm Elections, Calls for Breakthrough of Partisan Gridlock

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Charlotte Norgaard
Date: Nov. 5, 2014 (847) 493-7548
  cnorgaard@nrca.net

STATEMENT: NRCA Releases Statement on 2014 Midterm Elections, Calls for Breakthrough of Partisan Gridlock

This statement is attributable to: William Good, Executive Vice President, National Roofing Contractors Association

We are pleased a vast majority of candidates supported by the National Roofing Contractors Association (NRCA) and ROOFPAC, our political action committee, prevailed in the 2014 midterm congressional elections on Tuesday. In particular, we are pleased to see a pro-business majority has been elected in the U.S. Senate. We look forward to working with returning and new lawmakers in both parties to break through partisan gridlock and advance the policy agenda NRCA has been supporting for years. This includes pro-growth tax policies, relief from burdensome regulations, legislation that addresses the workforce development needs of our industry, and replacement of the so-called Affordable Care Act with market-based reforms to our health care system.

ROOFPAC, the voice of the roofing industry in Washington, D.C., was very active in the 2014 congressional elections, investing more than $300,000 in support of nearly 75 pro-business candidates during the 2013-14 election cycle. NRCA and ROOFPAC will continue to support members of Congress and other candidates who support government policies that enable roofing industry entrepreneurs to start and grow businesses.

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