Carpenters Local 200 Endorses Stinziano

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Carpenters Local 200 has endorsed state Rep. Michael Stinziano for re-election to the Ohio House of Representatives this November.

“I’m honored to receive the endorsement of Carpenters Local 200,” said Rep. Stinziano. “Working together with local unions to improve the quality of workers’ lives, to address workplace safety and training issues, and to continue to strengthen Ohio’s economy is key to our state’s economic recovery.”

“Job growth is essential to Ohio’s economic strength and business climate. It’s not only how we retain and attract business, but also how we can ensure that Ohioans have access and opportunities to gainful and fair employment. I look forward to working with Carpenters Local 200 to achieve this end.”

Carpenters Local 200 attributes their endorsement of Stinziano to his community involvement, education, and outstanding professional experience.

Stinziano, who is completing his second, two-year term in the Ohio House, has also been endorsed by many other labor and business organizations, including the Ohio AFL-CIO, the Ohio Chamber of Commerce, the Central Ohio Building and Construction Trades Council, the National Federation of Independent Business, the Ohio Manufacturers Association, the Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, the Ohio Restaurant Association, OAPSE/ AFSCME, and several others.

Stinziano is a proven leader in creating jobs that grow Ohio’s economy.  He has championed legislation that fosters small business growth to create, retain, and sustain good paying jobs in central Ohio.

Carpenters Local 200 is the local chapter of the Indiana/Kentucky/Ohio Regional Council of Carpenters (IKORCC). The IKORCC currently represents more than 32,000 professional tradespeople and is an affiliate of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters. Training, professionalism, and partnerships for economic development are the core objectives of the organization.

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