Obama to talk manufacturing at Washington State Boeing plant
President Obama will be appear at a Boeing assembly plant in Washington state today to outline new steps his administration plans to take in order to boost American manufacturing.
According to the Associated Press, “Facing re-election, Obama has pointed to a decline in unemployment and touted a recent boost in manufacturing jobs as an indicator of an economy on the mend.”
The president isn’t the only White House contender focused on manufacturing: Many of the GOP hopefuls have been talking up the job-creating power of our industrial base.
Read more about what the candidates have been saying about manufacturing by visiting the Alliance for American Manufacturing's (AAM) candidate tracker tool, Job Search, and be sure to tune in to CNN today at 3:00pm ET to hear AAM executive director Scott Paul’s analysis of the president’s speech at Boeing.
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