One of the things that makes NFIB unique is that we don’t have a board of directors that dictates our policy positions. Instead, our members tell us what issues matter most to them and their businesses.
The member ballot is a critical part of that process.
We’ll use this year’s ballot results in testimony before legislative committees and as the starting point for lawmakers’ voting records. Policymakers have learned over the years that the ballot results are the true and only voice of small business in the state.
If you’re an NFIB member, you should have received a ballot in the mail. Please fill it out and return it as soon as possible, for click here to vote the online ballot.
If you have any questions, contact your member support manager, Sarah Waters, at sarah.waters@NFIB.org.