HOLBROOK, NY – On Monday, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce announced its endorsement of Representative Andrew Garbarino (R) to represent New York’s Second Congressional District. The Chamber endorses pro-business candidates for federal office who will vigorously support public policy that will advance economic growth, support jobs, and promote fiscal responsibility.
“A lifelong Long Islander, Congressman Andrew Garbarino has a record of delivering results for his constituents in the state assembly and now as a member of Congress,” said U.S. Chamber of Commerce Senior Political Strategist Ashlee Rich Stephenson. “The son of a small business owner, Rep. Garbarino clearly understands the challenges facing job creators, workers, and families on Long Island. Rep. Garbarino’s commitment to free enterprise and pro-growth solutions critical to moving New York and our nation forward has earned him the endorsement of the U.S. Chamber. We were proud to endorse Andrew Garbarino in his initial election for Congress in 2020 and continue to support him today as he seeks re-election.”
“I am deeply honored to have the support of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for my re-election to continue representing New York’s Second District in Congress,” said Congressman Andrew Garbarino. “Business is what moves our economy forward, especially here on Long Island, and I am dedicated to fighting for pro-growth, pro-business policies that will help our community not just recover but thrive. That means cutting through red tape, reducing over regulation, and getting government out of the way of recovery. I look forward to continuing to work with the business community to the benefit of Long Island in the 118th Congress next year.”
"Congressman Garbarino is a pro-business representative that has done a great deal for his home district of Long Island by supporting business-friendly legislation that allows economic growth and prosperity,” said Business Council of New York State President and CEO Heather Briccetti Mulligan. “We believe, if re-elected, he would continue in that direction of helping New York State businesses.”