Gil White, state director of the National Federation of Independent Business, said today that NFIB, the state’s leading small-business association has launched a radio ad campaign urging voters to support the candidates who will support small, family-owned businesses. The 30-second spot will air on statewide radio through Election Day.
“Small business is what keeps our economy running,” White said. “We need to elect the candidates who will support small businesses by supporting sensible regulations and opposing higher taxes.”
The campaign is sponsored by NFIB, which has over 2,000 dues-paying members across the state representing a cross-section of the economy.
To learn more, visit www.NFIB.com/WV or follow @NFIB_WV on Twitter.
Here is a transcript of the ad:
ANNOUNCER: The National Federation of Independent Business believes small business is West Virginia’s real job creator. And the NFIB supports candidates who feel the same way … candidates who oppose burdensome regulations … candidates who will say NO to new taxes. On Election Day, vote for small business. Go to NFIB.com/WV and see the candidates who will stand for small business. Paid for by the National Federation of Independent Business and not authorized by any candidate or candidate’s committee.