Phoenix, AZ – The Hispanic Business Roundtable Institute (HBRI) today announced their endorsement of John McCain to the U.S. Senate.
“Senator John McCain has been a true leader for Arizona and our country with a strong record of achievement,” said Hispanic Business Roundtable Institute President Hector Barreto. “He has proven to be a principled conservative working toward limited government and stronger foreign policy. HBRI proudly stands with Senator McCain and strongly endorses his reelection because it is critical for the Grand Canyon State and the future of our country.”
“I’m grateful to have the support of the the Hispanic Business Roundtable Institute,” said John McCain. “I take pride in working on behalf of Arizona businesses, building a strong economy and limiting government overregulation. I look forward to working with the HBRI in the U.S. Senate to support Hispanic businesses in Arizona.”
John McCain also received the endorsement of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, the first political endorsement in the history of the organization. He has also been endorsed by a coalition of national Latino leaders from organizations including Latino Partnership, Hispanic 100 and the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Council.
Recently, John McCain received the endorsement of Former Speaker Newt Gingrich, Governor Mitt Romney, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey, former Arizona Governors Brewer, Symington and Hull, Arizona Attorney General Mark Brnovich, Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery, Taxpayer Advocate Grover Norquist, 56 retired military leaders and more than 100 mayors and local elected officials.
He has also received the endorsement of the Log Cabin Republicans, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce , National Latino Leaders, Fire Fighters of Arizona Arizona Police Association, Arizona State Troopers Association, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Arizona Right to Life, National Right to Life, Council for Citizens Against Government Waste, Conservative Leaders, the National Federation of Independent Business, the National Border Patrol Council, U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the Arizona Chamber of Commerce & Industry.