Ohioans Want Infrastructure Investment


The OMA partnered with the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) this week to announce findings from a recent poll among registered voters in what are key battleground states to gauge the strength of support for infrastructure development.  Not surprisingly, the survey finds overwhelming bipartisan support for all forms of infrastructure development. In a joint statement with the NAM, OMA President Eric Burkland, said, “Buckeye State voters overwhelmingly support infrastructure investment because they know it will improve standards of living.  From pipeline infrastructure to get Utica Shale resources to market, to locks and dams along the Ohio River, to maritime and transportation infrastructure along Lake Erie, public and private investment in these areas will help get Ohioans working again and revitalize our manufacturing base for years to come.”  12/8/2016