Michael W. Lamach

A Call for Equity in the American Democratic Process

Trane Technologies is committed to the pursuit of equity in our democracy, which includes fair and equitable access to the opportunity to vote.

The right to vote is fundamental to American democracy. Over our history, voter suppression has taken on many forms and has often limited the voice of Black Americans and other minorities.

Trane Technologies is committed to enabling Opportunity for All. Any legislation or efforts to restrict or suppress the voting rights of any group are inconsistent with our values. We join the 72 Black business leaders who are calling for action by the business community to oppose legislation that limits all Americans’ ability to vote.

As Chair of the National Association of Manufacturers, I ask my fellow manufacturing and other business leaders to take action with their state legislators to work toward fair and equitable access and opportunity to vote.

Thought Leaders

Dave Regnery

Chair and CEO, Trane Technologies

Rasha Hasaneen

Vice President, Innovation and Product Management Excellence, and Executive Director, Center for Healthy and Efficient Spaces, Trane Technologies

Keith Sultana

Senior Vice President, Supply Chain and Operational Services, Trane Technologies

Scott Tew

Vice President, Sustainability and Managing Director, Center for Energy Efficiency and Sustainability, Trane Technologies

Paul Camuti

Executive Vice President and Chief Technology and Strategy Officer, Trane Technologies

Steve Hagood

Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer, Trane Technologies

Deidra Parrish Williams

Global Corporate Citizenship Leader, Trane Technologies

Donny Simmons

President, Trane Commercial HVAC Americas

Jose La Loggia

Jose La Loggia, President, Trane Commercial HVAC Europe, Middle East and Africa

Randal Newton

Vice President, Engineering, Trane Technologies