Congressional Action Center
The U.S. election cycle – which now seems to begin immediately after races are called and burns hot along ideological lines for two Novembers – is ending. On Nov. 8, Americans will go to the polls. Every seat in the House and 35 in the Senate are up for grabs, though not all are competitive.
General political analysis is found in countless media outlets of varying pedigree. Expectations shift, but the storylines are remain familiar: Republicans seek to retake both chambers of Congress by fending off recent Democratic resurgence as the sides spar over student loans, reproductive rights, the economy, and a host of other issues.
Predictions abound; ARSA will wait and see. Regardless of what the nation’s political map looks like on Nov. 9, it’s important to vote. Beyond the federal elections, citizens will elect governors, state house officials, and others in addition to deciding the fate of countless ballot measures and referenda.
Adding your voice to those decisions is an essentially American activity. It’s also a practical one. The winners of this year’s election will weigh heavily on the next two years of national and local policymaking. As members of a regulated industry, its vital to your professional interests.
Use this “action center” – provided by 2022 Annual Conference Platinum Sponsor Aircraft Electric Motors – to see the candidates running for national office in your jurisdiction. You will find state-specific voter resources by entering your address and zip code into the “Find Officials” field and select “Candidates.”
Brush up on the industry’s legislative priorities and review other key resources by visiting arsa.org/legislative.
Special thanks to…
The ARSA Congressional Action Center is provided through the generous support of 2022 Annual Conference Platinum Sponsor Aircraft Electric Motors. AEM has long been committed to the association and service to the maintenance community through resources for engaging elected officials. Learn more about the company – and take a factory tour – at aem.us.