February 23, 2024


Washington, D.C. – The U.S. Chamber of Commerce announced its endorsement of Sen. Roger F. Wicker to represent Mississippi in the U.S. Senate. The U.S. Chamber endorses candidates for federal office who will stand up for free enterprise, including by vigorously advocating for public policy solutions that will spur economic growth, support jobs, and promote businesses of all sizes’ ability to continue to innovate and invest in America.

“A fifth-generation Mississippian, Senator Wicker knows what a job means in the Magnolia State and has been fighting for American employers since he was first elected to Congress,” said Moore Hallmark, Vice President of Regional Affairs and Advocacy for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. “The U.S. Chamber is proud to endorse Sen. Wicker in his reelection to the U.S. Senate. He supports pro-growth policies that keep our economy strong, and at a time when federal regulators are trying to stifle growth and innovation, we need leaders like Sen. Wicker who will fight to cut red tape and unleash America’s potential.”

“For over a century the U.S. Chamber of Commerce has been a steadfast advocate for job creators across the country,” said Senator Roger F. Wicker. “I’m grateful to have their support and look forward to continuing working together on policies that cut red tape, reduce unemployment, and grow our economy.”

“Senator Wicker’s experience and dedication continues to pay dividends for our state,” said Scott Waller, President and CEO of the Mississippi Economic Council – The State Chamber. “He continues to provide strong support of business and industry across the state and is a staunch advocate for our military. Senator Wicker works to find solutions that benefit all Mississippians.”

“We are appreciative of Senator Wicker and his support of this area’s businesses and our chamber’s program of work,” said David Rumbarger, President and CEO of the Community Development Foundation. “He has always been an advocate for the Community Development Foundation, our projects, and activities.”