More than two-dozen NFIB members in at least 14 states will be on the ballot this November for Congress and governor, as they run in pivotal midterm races to protect pro-small business priorities.
At present, there are 29 current NFIB members serving in Congress, along with thousands of small business owners in state legislatures and statewide office across the country.
For decades, NFIB has represented small business owners across the country and advocated for small business interests. NFIB members running for office know the ins and outs of running a small business and have demonstrated a proven record of leadership.
“Good small business policy starts with electing good small business candidates like these candidates,” says NFIB’s National Political Director Sharon Sussin. “They know the issues that are important to our members because they also live them day in and day out.”
RELATED: NFIB’s Endorsed Candidates [Note: Accessible to members only.]
NFIB releases several resources to help educate our members, including state voter guides, so that as they head to the polls this November to vote in one of the most important elections ever, they are informed of the crucial small business issues on their state’s ballots.
Here are some highlighted NFIB members running for office:
- Georgia: Brian Kemp
- Pennsylvania: Scott Wagner
- Tennessee: Bill Lee
- Indiana: Mike Braun
- New Mexico: Mick Rich
- North Dakota: Kevin Cramer
- California’s 24th Congressional District: Justin Fareed
- Massachusetts’ 3rd Congressional District: Rick Green
- Maryland’s 6th Congressional District: Amie Hoeber
- Minnesota’s 8th Congressional District: Pete Stauber
- Nevada’s 3rd Congressional District: Danny Tarkanian
- Oklahoma’s 1rst Congressional District: Kevin Hern
- Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District: Marty Nothstein
- Tennessee’s 6th Congressional District: John Rose