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The chamber abstains from influencing presidential races, at least with direct support to a candidate, but Ashlee Rich Stephenson, vice president and national political director for the chamber, said the top priority for the organization’s policy agenda was to sustain Republican control of the Senate.
Today, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce congratulated Senator Dan Sullivan (R-AK) on his tremendous victory in the race to represent Alaska in the United States Senate. The Chamber proudly endorsed Senator Sullivan in 2020 and have been honored to work directly with him on issues critical to the business community, job creators, and in support of America’s workforce.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Vice President Ashlee Rich Stephenson joined CBSN to discuss how the group selected which candidates to endorse in the 2020 election as well as the group's partnership with the AFL-CIO, the largest federation of unions in the U.S.
Marshall, a veteran of the US Army Reserves and an OB/GYN by training, is a staunch conservative but still a far more mainstream Republican when compared to Kobach. His primary run was endorsed by outgoing Sen. Pat Roberts, National Right to Life, and the US Chamber of Commerce.
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