October 25, 2022


South Bend, IN – On Friday, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce announced its endorsement for Senator Todd Young in his campaign for U.S. Senate in Indiana. The Chamber endorses pro-business candidates for federal office who vigorously support public policy to advance economic growth, support jobs, and promote fiscal responsibility.

“Senator Young has a strong record of defending free enterprise and backing pro-growth solutions in the United States Senate,” said Ryan Gleason, U.S. Chamber of Commerce Great Lakes Region Manager. “As a fifth generation Hoosier, Sen. Young understands that small businesses are the backbone of Indiana. He is dedicated to enacting policies like the CHIPS and Science Act that will address the skills gap and prepare workers for the jobs of today and tomorrow. The U.S. Chamber is proud to support and endorse Senator Todd Young for re-election."

“I'm grateful to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce for their endorsement of my re-election campaign to the U.S. Senate,” said U.S. Senator Todd Young. “Between the CHIPS Act, supporting the American Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and the work we accomplished during the pandemic, I am proud of my record. Hoosiers know that I will always look out for them in Washington, and work to create economic opportunity and support our job creators.”

Sen. Todd Young (IN)

“Senator Young is a hard-working problem solver, which comes from his training and service in the U.S. Marines as well as his extensive academic background,” said Indiana Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kevin Brinegar. “The Indiana Chamber is proud to endorse Sen. Young and his continuing service as he represents the people of Indiana and the United States.”

“We were thrilled to host our partners from the U.S. Chamber and our friend Senator Todd Young for their endorsement announcement last week,” said Jeff Rea, President and CEO of the South Bend Regional Chamber. “The Senator has been a great champion for our area and strong advocate for our businesses. We see him often here in town and in Washington, and appreciate the assistance he and his team provide our members. We’re also thrilled to host our partners at the U.S. Chamber. That partnership dates back 100 years. During that time, the U.S. Chamber has been critical to our advocacy efforts, especially on national affairs.”