Press Release: “WUFPAC Endorses Haley Stevens for Congress”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 29, 2018
Contact: Craig Auster, WUFPAC
WUFPAC Endorses Haley Stevens for Congress
Washington, DC — Women Under Forty Political Action Committee (WUFPAC) proudly endorses Haley Stevens for Michigan Congressional District 11. WUFPAC is the nation’s only non-partisan organization that identifies, encourages, and supporters women forty years of age and under running for local, state, and federal office.
“We are proud to endorse Haley Stevens for Congress,” said Atalie Ebersole, President of WUFPAC. “She is a dedicated public servant who has helped bring jobs to Michigan. Her experience will make her an invaluable addition to Congress.”
“Thank you WUFPAC for supporting and endorsing my race for U.S. Congress,” said Haley Stevens. “As chief of staff to the U.S. Auto Task Force in the Obama Administration, I was humbled to be part of the initiative that helped save over 200,000 Michigan jobs. Throughout my career in manufacturing and workforce development, I’ve many times experienced being the only woman at the table. WUFPAC knows that government will function at its best when there are more young women elected to office, and I’m proud to count WUFPAC as a partner in my campaign.”
Founded in 1999, WUFPAC is a non-partisan organization that supports women forty years of age or younger running for elected office. Our mission is tow-fold: to help elect more young women to elected office so that young women have an equal voice in shaping public policy, and to build the seniority of women in Congress by electing women at a young age. For more information, visit wufpac.org.
ABOUT HALEY STEVENS
Haley Stevens has dedicated her career to saving and growing good-paying jobs in Michigan. During the Great Recession, Haley served as Chief of Staff on the Auto Task Force inside of the U.S. Treasury Department. Most recently she led a national workforce development program and created the country’s first online training program for digital manufacturing, which is already changing lives. She has led innovation programs across the country, helping small and medium sized manufacturers grow. Haley was born and raised in the 11th District, and is a graduate of Seaholm High School.