The Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce’s political action committee, The Virginia Business Political Action Committee (NOVABIZPAC), announced its endorsement of Senator Dave Marsden for re-election in the 37th District of the Virginia Senate.
“I am pleased to receive the endorsement from the Fairfax Chamber of Commerce, recognizing my efforts to strengthen our economy & create jobs in Fairfax County and the Commonwealth” remarked Senator Marsden.
Senator Marsden has a long record of supporting job creation by investing in our transportation infrastructure and education system, sponsoring legislation that promotes the innovation economy and cuts through bureaucracy to assist small businesses, and traveling to Panama and South Korea to advance trade for Virginia and Fairfax County products.
From the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce Announcement:
The endorsement follows an extensive review and evaluation of the candidates and their policy positions by the NOVABIZPAC Board of Trustees. NOVABIZPAC Trustees spent considerable time interviewing and assessing candidates for public office on the issues that matter most to the region’s business community.
About the Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce: The Fairfax County Chamber of Commerce (Fairfax Chamber), the Voice of Business in Northern Virginia™, represents nearly 700 member companies with more than 500,000 employees throughout the region. For 90 years, the Fairfax Chamber has been working to build a strong business community by providing unparalleled access to business development & thought leadership opportunities; professional development & mentoring; business advocacy and strategic community partnerships.
About NOVABIZPAC: NOVABIZPAC was founded in 2002 to support Virginia legislators and policymakers who promote a favorable business climate and a high quality of life in Virginia. NOVABIZPAC Trustees spend considerable time interviewing and evaluating candidates for office, educating candidates about Northern Virginia’s business community and its policy priorities, and making decisions about which candidates to endorse and support financially, in Northern Virginia and also across the state.