Hillary Clinton’s plan to strengthen manufacturing so we always “Make it in America.”


Manufacturing is coming back. … My job as your president will be to do everything I can to create more good-paying jobs, to get wages rising again for American workers and families.

Hillary, November 29, 2015

Manufacturing is a vital source of good-paying jobs in our economy, and making things in America is critical to innovation and our prosperity. We have to support manufacturers and workers so we can compete and win in the global economy.

As president, Hillary will:

As a U.S. senator, Hillary co-founded the bipartisan Senate Manufacturing Caucus, fought Bush administration efforts to cut support for manufacturing, and called for a “New Manhattan Project” to rebuild American manufacturing.

Her plan builds on her career-long commitment to manufacturing, as well as on her previous proposals to invest in renewable energy and rebuild America’s infrastructure—two major investments that will drive demand for manufacturing across the country and strengthen our long-run competitiveness.

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