Support the Right Gubernatorial Candidate by Talking to Stateside Associates

As the Chief Executive Officer for a state, a governor wields a great deal of power. From selecting cabinet members to advocating particular stances for education, business, social programs and the environment, the governor can make a big impact on how state resources are used. If your organization could be a beneficiary of those resources, you would be wise to speak with Stateside Associates to understand how to position your organization with the governor. If your state is holding an election this November for the governor’s office, it would help you to know the positions of the candidates and how they could impact your interests.

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Stateside Associates is following the elections very closely since more than 2/3 of the states have the governor position in play. Eighty percent of those governors are seeking another term so these politicians are known quantities. That said, it is in your interest to talk to the people at Stateside to understand the stances of their opponents and to learn how those stances will affect your organization. You may decide that it is worthwhile to financially or otherwise support the incumbent or the opponent.

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In some races, such as that in Arkansas, prominent politicians are publicly supporting certain candidates. For example, Bill Clinton has appeared at a fundraiser to help candidate Mike Ross. Because of his lineage in the Carter family, candidate Jason Carter has the tacit endorsement of former president Jimmy Carter.

Also at stake this November are the offices of 31 attorneys general. The outcome of those elections will determine the degree of enforcement of a number of laws that could be relevant for businesses. Everything from discrimination to environmental law to pricing and monopolization rulings will be impacted.

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Talk to the experts at Stateside Associates to find out how you can support the politicians that will be of the greatest benefit to your organization and its constituents.


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