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1. Board Support Keeps Arkansas ACEC/PAC Fundraising Streak Alive

For the 15th consecutive year, ACEC Arkansas has surpassed its annual ACEC/PAC fundraising goal

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2. Team Effort Pushes Illinois Past Annual ACEC/PAC Fundraising Goal

Propelled by a fundraising raffle at their November Fall Conference, ACEC Illinois reached its annual ACEC/PAC goal last week. The MO has achieved that milestone every year since 2005

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3. ACEC Indiana Highlight Need for Infrastructure Investment in Meeting with Congressman Pence

ACEC Indiana leadership met with U.S. Representative Greg Pence (R-IN) this week to urge Congressional action on transportation and infrastructure funding. Pictured left to right: Rick Olson, Terracon (Earth Exploration); Congressman Pence; Bill Bailey, Crawford, Murphy & Tilly; Chris Gale, HTNB; and John Brand, Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc.

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4. ACEC/MD Supports Senator Van Hollen; Urges Action on Infrastructure Funding

Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-MD) (left) and EBA Engineering Rizwan Siddiqi discussed infrastructure funding at a fundraiser last night. Van Hollen, said Siddiqi, “assured his support but expressed his concern that although both parties agree on the policy there is no agreement on how to fund.”

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5. ACEC Indiana Leaders Talk Infrastructure Funding, H1B Visas with Senator Young

In discussions this week with Senator Todd Young (R-IN), ACEC Indiana leaders focused on FAST Act Reauthorization, State Revolving Fund funding, and the need for H1B visas to help fill critical positions in the engineering workforce. Pictured left to right: Cash Canfield, American Structurepoint, Inc.; Rick Olson, Terracon (Earth Exploration); Michael Rowe, United Consulting; Senator Young; Chris Gale, HNTB; Tim Miller, HNTB; and Drew Bender, VS Engineering, Inc.

 

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6. ACEC Oregon Pushes Past ACEC/PAC Goal “To Engage With Our Representatives”

ACEC Oregon reached its ACEC/PAC goal for the 12th consecutive year last week.

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7. Core Supporters and New Contributors Push ACEC/Delaware Over ACEC/PAC Fundraising Goal Line

For the 10th consecutive year, Delaware has surpassed its annual ACEC/PAC fundraising target.

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8. ACEC/Arizona Reaches Annual Fundraising Goal

 

For the ninth consecutive year, ACEC/Arizona hit its ACEC/PAC fundraising target.

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9. New York Tops ACEC/PAC Fundraising Goal

ACEC/New York surpassed its ACEC/PAC goal this week but the MO is not resting on its laurels.

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10. ACEC/Indiana Members Focus on Infrastructure, Health Care in Senator Braun Meeting

ACEC/Indiana members met with Senator Mike Braun (R-IN) this week to discuss highway funding reauthorization and health care reform. Pictured left to right: Jon Stolz, Christopher B. Burke Engineering, LLC; Kurt Heidenreich, Engineering Resources, Inc.; Dan Cutshaw, ms consultants, Inc.; Cash Canfield, American Structurepoint, Inc.; Phil Beer, USI Consultants, Inc.; John Brand, Butler, Fairman & Seufert, Inc.; Senator Mike Braun; Rick Olson, Terracon (Earth Exploration); Michael Rowe, United Consulting; Bill Bailey, Crawford, Murphy & Tilly, Inc.; and Mike Guzik, Lawson-Fisher.

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