Job Creators Endorse John DiSanto

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The Pennsylvania Chamber of Business and Industry’s ChamberPAC has endorsed John DiSanto for state senate. In endorsing John, they wrote:

“John DiSanto’s experience in both the private sector, and his involvement in many community programs, give him a unique perspective on how government and business can work together to promote policies that will help move Pennsylvania forward,” said PA Chamber President and CEO Gene Barr. “As a business owner, he understands the challenges facing the Commonwealth job creators and knows that we cannot continue to impose additional tax burdens and harsh regulations on the business community. We are encouraged by his expressed support of policies that will improve Pennsylvania’s business climate and help the private sector thrive.”

Born and raised in Harrisburg, DiSanto has vast experience working in the private sector. Along with his brother, he grew his family’s business into a recognized leader in construction, development and property management. DiSanto recognizes the importance of community involvement, volunteering to build benefit homes for Habitat for Humanity and Holy Name of Jesus Church; supporting numerous education organizations and local athletic teams; and helping raise money for various causes. He also served as chairman of the building committee for the new Bishop McDevitt High School. DiSanto and his wife, Maria, reside in Dauphin County. They have two grown children.

“John DiSanto is a well-rounded candidate who understands that government and business need to work together to promote policies that encourage private-sector job growth,” Barr added. “On behalf of the Pennsylvania Chamber’s broad-based membership, ChamberPAC urges voters in the 15th Senate District to support John in the upcoming General Election.”

John said of this endorsement, “I want to thank Pennsylvania’s job creators for their support, and I look forward to being a voice in the senate for policies that will help them enhance their competitiveness, grow and hire more Pennsylvanians.”

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