Small Business Sounds off on the Third Presidential Debate

Date: October 25, 2016

During the final presidential debate, the small business community shared its thoughts on Twitter.

It’s a bittersweet affair for small business owners after the final presidential debate. Many are relieved the debate cycle is over, but they’re also feeling ignored, according to Fortune.


“For them, this has been a long, sordid election cycle that has offered too little detail on issues such as healthcare, taxes, immigration, and growing the economy. And for those watching, Wednesday’s contest between former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and real estate billionaire Donald Trump at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, broke no new ground.” 

Here’s a sampler of some Twitter reactions from small business owners and others:

*Note: This news coverage does not equate to an endorsement of any candidate by NFIB.

Photo credit: Barbara Kinney for Hillary for America


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