Pennsylvania businesses operate in a highly-regulated environment where lawmaker decisions directly impact the Commonwealth's economy. During each election cycle, candidates for local, state, and federal office establish issue platforms and advocate for policy reform. By using this website, voters in Pennsylvania can learn where candidates and elected officials stand on issues important to our prosperity.
It is our goal is to provide non-partisan and non-biased information so that you will register to vote, learn where candidates stand on key issues, and cast your ballot in the upcoming election.
Pennsylvania Prosperity is brought to you through a partnership between the Pennsylvania Manufacturers Association (PMA) and the Business-Industry Political Action Committee (BIPAC). Our non-partisan, non-biased approach ensures that private sector voters are engaged and active in the political process year-round.
PA Competitiveness with Sen. Mike Regan
The goal of Pennsylvania policymakers should be to make it the smart business decision for employers to locate, expand, and hire here in this commonwealth rather than in one of our competitor states. Likewise, the goal of federal policymakers ought to be to optimize conditions for economic growth in the United States so American businesses can compete worldwide. This means we must restrain state spending, enact pro-growth business tax relief, provide limits on lawsuit abuse, improve the regulatory climate, and ensure we have a trained workforce. Our state government cannot tax-and-spend the way to good fortune for all; but we can grow the private sector by attracting new business investments and expanding the tax base, then prosperity will surely follow.
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