Nfib voting record In Washington

Voting Record in Washington

Download the small business voting record for 2014NFIB tracks the key legislative issues identified by our small business members every session and then we tabulate a score for each Washington lawmaker in the state House and state Senate. The NFIB voting record provides a critically important evaluation of a legislator's attitude toward small business based on floor votes. You won't find a more effective way to gauge the performance of politicians than examining their voting record.

While most elected officials claim to support small businesses, the NFIB voting record gives business owners and other citizens a picture of what your state representatives and state senators are up to in Olympia. Please thank those legislators who supported small business and continue to work with those who have fallen short.

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You can also see how your elected officals voted in Washington, DC

How Congress Voted


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RT @Jim_Brunner: BREAKING: CA billionaire Tom Steyer has now dropped $1 million on WA elections, per new PDC filing…
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Overachiever. RT @annie_zak: @nfib_wa @PSBJ Thanks! Going to try to remember to do both!
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WA employers pay average of $1,360 in #workerscomp taxes per worker per year. Proposed rate increase will add $24.50 per worker, on average.
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Investment income, reserves cover expenses exceeding #workerscomp taxes / premiums collected. This "loss ratio" also drives rate increases.