Convention Central: Center Stage

For the first time in a modern American presidential campaign, a debate on trade and manufacturing policy has taken center stage in both parties.

Recent focus group and polling data show these topics are driving voters' decisions on which candidate to select. Both Clinton and Trump have been aggressive in defining their related policy plans.

In an effort to further highlight the role of these issues in this election cycle, the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) is hosting a conversation this Monday, July 25th at the Philadelphia Museum of art.

Senior Clinton Adviser Gene Sperling will keynote this special event discussing Hillary's policies on rebuilding America. USW President Leo Gerard, who is labor's leading voice on trade and manufacturing, will kick off the conversation.

Featured Speakers
HRC Economic Advisor Gene Sperling * United Steelworkers President President Leo Gerard * Award-Winning pollsterMark Mellman * AAM President Scott Paul * Utility Workers Union of America President Michael Langford *  USW International Vice President Tom Conway

 

Date: Monday, July, 25th
Time: 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Location: Philadelphia Museum of Art
2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy

About AAM
AAM's mission is to strengthen American manufacturing and create new private-sector jobs through smart public policies. AAM believes that an innovative and growing manufacturing base is vital to America's economic and national security, as well as to providing good jobs for future generations. AAM achieves its mission through research, public education, advocacy, strategic communications, and coalition building around the issues that matter most to America's manufacturers and workers. Check out:  The Blueprint for the Future by AAM.

Follow AAM on Twitter: @KeepitMadeinUSA

 

Media Contact:  Jet Moody, jmoody@aamfg.org/202.695.8216
Scott Treibitz/703.626.1407

 

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