If elected, LaRose will be the only wholesaler-distributor in the United States Senate

The National Association of Wholesaler-Distributors Political Action Committee, NAW-PAC, has announced its endorsement of Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose in the race to represent Ohio in the US Senate.

Eric Hoplin, NAW-PAC Treasurer and NAW CEO, released the following statement on behalf of NAW-PAC:

“Secretary of State Frank LaRose has a deep understanding and appreciation of the policies impacting the American economy and our nation’s vital supply chain industry, which makes up 1/3 of America’s GDP and employs 6 million Americans in good, reliable, high paying jobs. Frank served as a Green Beret in the US Army, as a State Senator, as a Secretary of State, and has the right values and experience to honorably serve the Buckeye State as their next Senator.

Ohio’s central position, with over half of all Americans within a day’s drive, and some of the largest highway and rail transit networks in America, make it home to many of America’s wholesale distribution companies. It makes sense a senator from a wholesale distribution family would represent their interests in the Senate.

America’s wholesaler-distributors stepped up when our supply chain was stretched, now we need Congress to step up and defend the small and family run businesses that power the US economy. Business owners face threats from the impending expiration of the small business tax cuts as well as an onslaught of costly and harmful regulations from the Biden Administration. Frank understands these issues and supports innovative free market policies that give America’s wholesale distribution industry the confidence to invest in their customers, their team members, and their communities.”

NAW-PAC is the only PAC representing the entirety of the wholesale distribution industry. Its purpose is to elect members of Congress on both sides of the aisle who understand and support wholesaler-distributors and the free enterprise system with the goal of fostering a policy and regulatory environment with fewer surprises and more predictability.