The Kentucky Chamber PAC endorsed Suzanne Miles for State Representative in the December 10th special election. Miles is running for the Kentucky House of Representatives in the 7th District, which includes Daviess, Henderson, and Union Counties.
In endorsing Suzanne Miles, the Kentucky Chamber PAC noted her “support of public education” and her “understanding of the issues that enable job growth and economic development.”
The Kentucky Chamber PAC credited Suzanne Miles with “owning her own small business and [for] her work with U.S. Congressman Brett Guthrie’s office.”
The Kentucky Chamber’s endorsement reads:
Miles distinguished herself by demonstrating support for business-friendly policies supported by the Kentucky Chamber. Her support of public education, commonsense civil liability reforms and pro-growth economic development policies like right-to-work make her the pro-business candidate for the seventh legislative district. Through owning her own small business and her work with U.S. Congressman Brett Guthrie’s office, Miles has a solid understanding of the issues that enable job growth and economic development, which lead to a higher quality of life for the citizens of the 7th district and the Commonwealth.
To support Suzanne Miles’ campaign and to learn more about her priorities — particularly creating jobs — visit her website at http://www.milesforky.com/.