Twitter Roundup: What Has Small Business Been Talking About Lately?

Date: February 12, 2016 Last Edit: February 19, 2016

Between the upcoming election, minimum wage increases, healthcare changes and about a dozen other things, the small business community has had a lot to address in just the last few weeks.

Small business owners have spoken: They want more talk on
the economy, taxes and healthcare. More than 85 percent of small businesses
listed these three topics as the top issues impacting their vote in 2016,
according to a recent
study
 published by OnDeck. 

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NFIB President & CEO Dan Danner said candidates should focus more on the economy—especially with
small business’ staggering 94
percent voting turnout rate

“Small businesses probably represent every ethnic group
and are more diverse than many large corporate entities. I don’t think they’re
for walling us off from the rest of the world. And small businesses vote. And
they vote in much higher proportions than the overall population,” he
told Reuters.  

And yet, small business owners don’t need traditional
avenues to express the issues they care about most. As the tweets below show,
they’re more than apt to start the conversation themselves. 

Here’s what people had to say:

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