Small business employs the majority of working Americans and generates almost all new jobs, but it has distinctly different difficulties
than big business does in remaining solvent.
That’s why NFIB gets very involved in elections, because the people we send to Lincoln and to Washington D.C. have the biggest impact on our members’ ability to own, operate and grow their businesses.
The retirement of Sen. Mike Johanns has created an open seat that has already drawn more than a half dozen major candidates. Together with the Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce and the Nebraska Farm Bureau Federation, NFIB will co-host a forum to hear their views on small business.
The cost to attend the event is $10, and a reservation is required and can be made by email
with NFIB Member Support Manager Stephanie Wentz or by calling her at 866-639-1846. You can also click here
for form that can be faxed back.
U.S. Senate Candidate Forum
Co-Hosted by NFIB/Nebraska
Tuesday, April 22
Sheraton Omaha Hotel
655 N. 108th Ave.
(A candidate meet-and-greet will be held at 6 p.m. prior to the forum. Reservation required. See above)