IOWA FARM BUREAU DESIGNATES MARVIS LANDON FRIEND OF AGRICULTURE
Ankeny, Iowa – September 9, 2022 – Marvis Landon of Ankeny has been designated a “Friend of Agriculture” by the Iowa Farm Bureau Political Action Committee (PAC). Marvis Landon is seeking House District 41 seat that includes North Ankeny in Polk County. Candidates earn the Friend of Agriculture designation by supporting issues that directly impact Iowa’s agricultural economy, farm families, and their communities.
“With one in every five Iowans employed in agriculture and ag-related industries, we must elect Friend of Agriculture candidates who will continue to be champions for agriculture and the hard-working Iowa families who make their living feeding and fueling the world,” said Boone County farmer and IFBF PAC Chair, Kriss Haglund.
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Iowa Association of Business and Industry’s PAC Endorses Friends of Iowa Business
DES MOINES—The Iowa Association of Business and Industry’s (ABI) political action committee (IIPAC) has announced its highly-anticipated Friends of Iowa Business endorsements for 2022.
“ABI’s political action committee IIPAC is proud to endorse these 68 individuals as Friends of Iowa Business”, said ABI PAC Board Chair Kirk Tyler. “These candidates are committed to advancing pro-growth policies and support providing more economic opportunity for all who live in our great state.”
The Iowa Association of Business and Industry’s PAC is proud to endorse incumbent legislators who supported getting Iowans both back to work and upskilled by voting to change Iowa’s unemployment system to a re-employment system.
“The business climate in Iowa has been transformed over the last number of years as the Governor and the Legislature have prioritized pro-jobs policies,” said ABI President Mike Ralston. “It’s vital that Iowans elect candidates who want to continue to move in this direction and make us even more competitive as a state.”
The association’s open and challenger seat endorsements reflect individuals who are committed to ensuring Iowans have the best quality of life and career opportunities.
District 41: Marvis Landon, Running for an Open Seat
A list of the IIPAC-endorsed legislative candidates by district number can be found at Iowa Association of Business and Industry (iowaabi.org)
The nonpartisan IIPAC Board, comprised of IIPAC investors who are also ABI members, makes the Friend of Iowa Business selections. The board encourages voters to consider these endorsements
when evaluating where candidates stand on business issues.
Candidates are evaluated on their support for a competitive business climate and their focus on a regulatory climate conducive for job creation. Criteria included positions on issues based on
interviews, stated approach to general business community concerns, voting records of incumbent candidates, and input from ABI members and IIPAC contributors
The Iowa Association of Business and Industry (ABI) has been the voice of Iowa business since 1903.
Its mission is to provide a strong, unified voice to business and industry on issues affecting Iowa employers. ABI is comprised of 1,500 member companies of all types and sizes in all 99 counties
employing more than 330,000 Iowans.