Champions for IN Main Street

Champions for IN Main Street

Small Business-Endorsed Candidates In Key Indiana Races

INDIANA

Linda Rogers

Linda Rogers

SD-11

“Linda Rogers is a local small business owner and NFIB member who knows small businesses are the backbone of the state’s economy. Linda has a high NFIB voting record and has fought for and delivered millions of dollars in tax relief to small businesses to help them survive, grow, and create jobs.”
– IN State Director, Natalie Robinson

Scott Alexander

Scott Alexander

SD-26

“As a small business owner and NFIB member, Scott Alexander knows what it takes to help local small businesses grow, create jobs and improve the economy. As president of the Delaware County Council, Scott Alexander took action to get the county’s fiscal house in order by cutting wasteful spending and making sure the budgets are balanced.”
– IN State Director, Natalie Robinson

Kyle Walker

Kyle Walker

SD-31

“Kyle Walker is a small business owner with a track record of supporting small businesses as indicated by his high voting NFIB voting record. While in the state legislature, he worked to remove barriers and cut unnecessary spending to help small businesses grow and thrive while making sure the budgets were balanced.”
– IN State Director, Natalie Robinson

Chris Garten

Chris Garten

SD-45

“As an NFIB member and small business owner himself, Chris Garten knows first-hand the challenges faced by small businesses. Chris Garten is a proven leader of small business with a strong NFIB voting record. He has fought to lower taxes and cut onerous government mandates while in the state legislature and is committed to continue his support of pro-small business policies in the state senate.”
– IN State Director, Natalie Robinson

Dale DeVon

Dale DeVon

HD-5

“Dale DeVon is small business owner that understands that small businesses are an essential part of Indiana’s economy. This is exemplified by his 100% NFIB voting record. We are confident he will continue supporting small business if re-elected.”
– IN State Director, Natalie Robinson

Hal Slager

Hal Slager

HD-15

“As a small business owner, Hal Slager recognizes the need to get Hoosiers back to work. He is committed to continue the efforts of building an economic environment where high quality jobs can thrive here in Indiana. He has high NFIB record and is a proven supporter of the small business community”
– IN State Director, Natalie Robinson

Julie Olthoff

Julie Olthoff

HD-19

“Julie Olthoff is a long-standing advocate of small business with a high NFIB voting record. As an NFIB member and business owner herself, Julie Olthoff recognizes that inflation, rising labor costs, and supply chain disruptions are the top concerns for Indiana’s small businesses. She has pledged to make these issues a priority of hers once re-elected.”
– IN State Director, Natalie Robinson

Jerry Torr

Jerry Torr

HD-39

“Jerry Torr has a 100% voting record with NIFB and a proven track record of supporting small business. He understands the importance of getting people back to work and how critical this need is for small business owners. We look forward to having him continue in the state legislature as a strong voice for small business.”
– IN State Director, Natalie Robinson

Mark Genda

Mark Genda

HD-41

“As a small business owner and NFIB member, Mark Genda understands that less government is better for small businesses and is committed to working towards that goal. We are confident that Mark Genda will be a strong ally of small businesses and we look forward to working with him.”
– IN State Director, Natalie Robinson

Davyd Jones

Davyd Jones

HD-82

“Davyd Jones is a small business owner that recognizes how government regulations can limit and impede the growth of small businesses. He is committed to reducing taxes to help small businesses thrive and providing more incentives to help entrepreneurs start up new businesses.”
– IN State Director, Natalie Robinson

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