NFIB’s NY PAC Endorses Small Business Candidates for State Assembly and Senate

Date: October 01, 2018

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State’s leading business advocacy organization supports the candidates who support small business

ALBANY, Oct. 2, 2018 – NFIB today announced that its New York political action committee has endorsed 74 candidates for state Assembly and Senate ahead of New York’s November General Election.

“New York’s small and independent businesses employ half of our state’s workforce. Small businesses create opportunities and drive local economies across New York. The best way to grow the small business economy, is to send small business supporters to Albany,” said Greg Biryla, NFIB’s NY State Director. “NFIB NY PAC’s endorsed candidates have demonstrated through words and action that they will be the champions that small businesses need on the issues that matter most.”

NFIB is the leading small-business association with ten thousand members in New York representing nearly every conceivable type of employer or industry in the state’s economy. The endorsements come from NFIB’s NY PAC, the association’s state political action committee, and are based on positions regarding key small-business issues including taxes, health care, labor, economic development and regulatory issues.

Small-business owners and their employees vote in high numbers and are known for actively recruiting friends, family members, and acquaintances to go to the polls. NFIB will encourage its members to help turn out the #SmallBizVoter for NFIB NY PAC-endorsed candidates in the 2018 General Election.

Candidates endorsed by NFIB’s NY PAC:

NY State Senate

SD 1 – Ken LaValle

SD 2 – John Flanagan

SD 3 – Dean Murray

SD 4 – Phil Boyle

SD 5 – Carl Marcellino

SD 6 – Kemp Hannon

SD 7 – Elaine Phillips

SD 8 – Jeff Pravato

SD 9 – Todd Kaminsky

SD 17 – Simcha Felder

SD 22 – Martin Golden

SD 24 – Andrew Lanza

SD 38 – Scott Vanderhoef

SD 39 – Tom Basile

SD 40 – Terrence Murphy

SD 41 – Sue Serino

SD 42 – Annie Rabbitt

SD 43 – Daphne Jordan

SD 45 – Betty Little

SD 46 – George Amedore *

SD 47 – Joe Griffo

SD 48 – Patty Ritchie

SD 49 – James Tedisco

SD 50 – Bob Antonacci

SD 51 – James Seward

SD 52 – Fred Akshar

SD 54 – Pam Helming

SD 55 – Rich Funke

SD 56 – Joe Robach

SD 57 – Cathy Young

SD 58 – Tom O’Mara

SD 59 – Patrick Gallivan

SD 60 – Chris Jacobs

SD 61 – Michael Ranzenhofer

SD 62 – Rob Ortt

 

NY State Assembly

AD 3 – Joseph DeStefano

AD 7 – Andrew Garbarino

AD 8 – Michael Fitzpatrick

AD 9 – Michael LiPetri

AD 12 – Andrew Raia

AD 14 – David McDonough

AD 15 – Michael Montesano

AD 19 – Edward Ra

AD 21 – Brian Curran

AD 63 – Michael Cusick

AD 64 – Nicole Malliotakis

AD 94 – Kevin Byrne

AD 98 – Karl Brabenec

AD 101 – Brian Miller

AD 102 – Chris Tague

AD 105 – Kieran Lalor

AD 112 – Mary Beth Walsh

AD 113 – Carrie Woerner

AD 114 – Dan Stec

AD 116 – Mark Walczyk

AD 117 – Ken Blankenbush

AD 120 – Will Barclay

AD 122 – Cliff Crouch

AD 124 – Chris Friend

AD 126 – Gary Finch

AD 127 – Nicholas Paro

AD 129 – Edward Ott

AD 131 – Brian Kolb

AD 132 – Phil Palmesano

AD 134 – Peter Lawrence

AD 135 – Mark Johns

AD 139 – Steve Hawley

AD 140 – Robin Schimminger

AD 144 – Mike Norris

AD 145 – Angelo Morinello

AD 146 – Ray Walter

AD 147 – David DiPietro

AD 148 – Joe Giglio

AD 150 – Andy Goodell

 

* Denotes NFIB member

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