U.S. Senate Candidate Al Bartell will be making his way to Washington, D.C. shortly to bring U.S. Senate committees' recommendations back to Georgia. At the same time, he's announcing a major
Stimulus Recovery Initiative
Stakeholder Engagement Strategy
underway in partnership with Advocacy America.
to view the Five Year Recovery Plan.)
Bartell’s imperative: “To whom much is given, much is required.”
“We must have data from our small businesses be included," Bartell emphasizes, "in the decision-making processes of the United States Senate Committee on Small Business & Entrepreneurship, and the U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee."
Bartell adds, “We need a reliable stimulus recovery initiative, with a reliable stakeholder engagement strategy to have that happen over the next five years. We’re not waiting for an election result to begin that work. Our country’s small businesses need us now. We’re moving strategies forward now, to make sure they get what they need -- whether those small businesses are hurting in Georgia, or across our nation.”
The seasoned Air Force Vietnam-Era veteran with over thirty years of public policy work made his intentions clear in his most recent
Public Policy Report:
“We are committed that the work of these [U.S. Senate] committees gets to small businesses.
"We are going to Washington, D.C. to back our commitment as Georgia U.S. Senators return to DC this week. We will keep you informed of our efforts in this regard.”
Bartell is running in the 2020 U.S. Senate Special Election in the state of Georgia, to fill retired U.S. Senator Johnny Isakson's seat.