Raúl Labrador Earns Gubernatorial Endorsement from the Inland Pacific Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors
I’ll stand with Raúl.
Spokane, WA – The chairman of the Inland Pacific Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors’ (IPC-ABC) Government Affairs Committee, Shane Miller, announced his organization has endorsed Raúl Labrador’s bid to become Idaho’s next governor. IPC-ABC is a trade association that represents construction and industry-related firms in the states of Idaho and Washington.
“I am absolutely honored to have earned the support of the IPC-ABC. This is an organization that is committed to growing American businesses, eliminating burdensome regulations, and lowering taxes,” commented Labrador.
Like Raúl Labrador, IPC-ABC strongly supports the free market. In his endorsement letter Miller noted, “There are many Idaho State government issues in which IPC-ABC aligns with your views and priorities.” The Associated Builders and Contractors has also recognized Labrador’s strong congressional voting record with a 100% rating. In congress Labrador has been lauded for his defense of our nation’s economy from partisan tactics used by the National Labor Relations Board to stifle economic growth, protection of employee privacy, and work to bring much needed congressional oversight to the process by which federal agencies promulgate rules.
Raúl Labrador, 50, is the conservative frontrunner in the crowded Idaho Republican gubernatorial primary and currently represents Idaho’s first congressional district. He and his wife Becca are proud of their five children and one daughter-in-law, and are happily expecting their first grandchild. More information about Raúl Labrador and his campaign to become Idaho’s next governor is available at www.RaulLabrador.com.