16 New Hampshire State Senators Endorsed Because of their Support for Small Business

Date: October 09, 2020

NFIB supports the candidates who support small business

On October 8, NFIB in New Hampshire announced that the NFIB NH PAC had endorsed 16 candidates for state Senate for the upcoming General Election. Endorsements were based on the voting records of incumbents, or in the case of challengers, completed questionnaires, as well as input from NFIB members.

“This year has not been an easy one for anyone, but small businesses have been particularly hard-hit, and if not for the votes and views of these 16 state Senate candidates, 2020 could have been even more difficult,” said New Hampshire’s NFIB Leadership Council member and business owner Ray Pinard. “Increased costs and higher taxes are debated every year in Concord and not everyone understands the crippling impact these additional financial burdens would have on small business. These endorsed candidates do understand it.”

“From Coos to the sea, mandates like a $15 minimum wage and one-size-fits-all mandatory leave policy would have been crushing to small business owners especially during the pandemic,” added Pinard. “We can count on these endorsed Senate candidates to keep a lid on spending, taxes, and regulation.”

The Candidates Endorsed by the NFIB NH PAC are:

District 1                   Erin Hennessey

District 2                   Bob Giuda

District 3                   Jeb Bradley

District 6                   Jim Gray

District 7                   Harold French

District 8                   Ruth Ward

District 9                   Denise Ricciardi

District 11                 Gary Daniels

District 12                 Kevin Avard

District 14                 Sharon Carson

District 16                 Jason Syversen

District 17                 John Reagan

District 19                 Regina Birdsell

District 22                 Chuck Morse

District 23                 Bill Gannon

District 24                 Lou Gargiulo


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