Cornelius Commissioner John R. Bradford, III, Endorsed by North Carolina Chamber of Commerce for NC House District 98

Bradford is only one of two non-incumbents that the NC Chamber of Commerce is publicly supporting through the North Carolina Chamber’s Political Action Committee.

Cornelius, NC: Cornelius Commissioner John R. Bradford, III, continues to gain momentum in his North Carolina House race in District 98 with the announcement of his endorsement by the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce’s Political Action Committee today. Bradford was one of only two non-incumbents supported by the NC Chamber this year making this a rare and extremely strong endorsement by the business advocacy organization.

PAC-NC-Chamber-Logo-300x65“These pro-jobs candidates understand the policies that enhance North Carolina’s business climate, improve our education and talent supply system, develop our infrastructure, and boost entrepreneurship and innovation,” said Lew Ebert, President and CEO of the North Carolina Chamber. “As a result of pro-growth policies advanced the last two years, businesses of all sizes that employ millions of North Carolinians can look to expand, spurring further business investments and job creation. However, there is work still to be done, and we know that we can count on these leaders to focus on policies that equip North Carolina to create 1-million new jobs over the next 15 years.” The full slate of endorsements is published at:

“I am honored to have received the public endorsement of the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce’s PAC,” said Bradford. “As only one of two non-incumbents supported, this endorsement speaks volumes about their trust in my pro-business experience and policies. I believe this continues to affirm that I am the true pro-business, pro-jobs candidate in this race.”

With this endorsement, John Bradford continues to gain support not only from elected officials and community leaders, but continues to solidify his position as the candidate of choice by local and state area business owners and organizations for the NC House District 98 seat.

Posted in Press Release.