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Election-year education campaigning begins
Who better to have in elective office than small-business owners who know firsthand what it takes to employ South Dakotans and what governmental barriers there are to job creation.
But small-business owners seldom get the time to run for office, because they are extremely busy running their enterprises and providing livelihoods for thousands of South Dakotans.
Small-business owners can still influence the legislative process, however, because they are the most trusted and respected group of people in America – and they are educators within their communities.
NFIB/South Dakota is providing the following links of information to assist you with that candidate who comes seeking your endorsement, or with questions your employees and family members ask you about whom to vote for.
About Small Business
- What is a Small Business?
- The 5 Distinctions Separating Small Business From Big Business
- The Power of the Small Business Vote
- What is NFIB?
- NFIB Centers, Foundations, Programs
- NFIB-Led Coalitions
- What Doesn’t NFIB Have a Position on That Issue?
The deadline to file for office passed last week. Check the South Dakota Secretary of State's website for more information.