Ad Campaign Urges Members of Congress To Vote Against Tax Hikes On Small Businesses

Date: October 06, 2021

Beginning in Iowa and New Hampshire, NFIB expands targeted multi-state ad campaign to Kansas and Virginia

Small businesses are the backbone of America’s Main Streets and communities, but right now politicians in Washington, D.C. are considering trillions in new spending that would be paid for by devastating tax hikes on those same small businesses – even as they struggle to emerge from the COVID-19 shutdowns.

In the continued fight for the needs of small businesses, last week NFIB announced the expansion of a multi-state paid advertising campaign including radio, print, and digital ads in targeted states and congressional districts. Congress is considering significant tax rate increases and the elimination of critical tax provisions that small businesses now desperately need to reopen, rebuild, and grow. The next few weeks are crucial, and a single member of Congress could be the deciding vote.

The new ads highlight why tax increases would be harmful to small businesses while holding members of Congress accountable for their support of massive government spending, tax hikes, and costly mandates. The new ads encourage Rep. Sharice Davids in Kansas’ 3rd Congressional District, and Rep. Abigail Spanberger in Virginia’s 7th Congressional District to vote against devastating tax hikes on small businesses. Similar ads were announced Sept. 23 focused on Rep. Cindy Axne in Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District and Senators Maggie Hassan and Jeanne Shaheen of New Hampshire.

Listen to the Iowa radio ad here:

Your representatives in Congress need to hear from you on how your small business would be impacted by proposed tax increases and new mandates. Even if your Representative and Senators have already voiced opposition to these tax hikes, they need to hear your stories to reinforce why their opposition is absolutely crucial. Our Take Action system makes it easy to customize your message when you tell Congress to vote no on any small business tax increases and mandates.  


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