NFIB Endorses Marc Steinorth for State Assembly

Author: Michelle Orrock Date: May 22, 2014

The National Federation of Independent Business, California’s and the nation’s leading small business association, today announced the endorsement of Marc Steinorth for Assembly District 40.

“NFIB is very pleased to endorse Marc Steinorth for the State Assembly,” said John Kabateck, NFIB/CA executive director.  “He understands small business because he has walked the talk as a job creator himself. Marc knows that the path to small business and economic growth is paved by lower taxes, fewer onerous regulations, and an end to frivolous lawsuits. He understands the importance of giving our entrepreneurs the fullest support and encouragement to grow their businesses and jobs, and as such we proudly support his candidacy.”

NFIB has more than 23,000 dues-paying members in California representing a cross-section of the state’s economy.  The endorsement comes from NFIB’s SAFE (Save America’s Free Enterprise) Trust, the organization’s political action committee, and is based on positions regarding key small-business issues including health care, taxes, labor and regulatory issues.

Small business owners and their employees vote in high numbers and are known for actively recruiting friends, family members and acquaintances to go to the polls.  NFIB will encourage its members to help turn out the small-business vote for candidates in the June 3 primary and again in November.

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