AAM wrapped up the 2010 "Keep it Made in America" Town Hall Tour just in time for the November elections. The tour hit 12 cities in 10 states over the course of 17 days, traveling more than 6,000 miles to bring the candidates to the voters and to talk about the tough issues revolving around reviving American manufacturing, lowering unemployment, and getting the U.S. economy back on track.

Meeting attendees heard from dozens of elected officials and candidates for both state and national offices and were presented with panel discussions from leading business and labor leaders on the subject of revitalizing U.S. manufacturing. 

You can read the blog recap here. And check out the media coverage, photos and videos on this page.

Thanks again to all who attended and followed along online!

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