Small Business Endorses Ralph Norman in Special Election for Congress

Date: June 07, 2017

The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s and South Carolina’s leading representative of small business owners, is endorsing Ralph Norman in South Carolina’s 5th Congressional District. Norman’s commitment to issues that small business owners care about makes him an ideal candidate for Congress.

“We are proud to endorse NFIB member Ralph Norman for the U.S. House,” said NFIB National Political Director Sharon Sussin. “Norman grew a family business and has built a stellar record as a state legislator. We know that he will come to Washington and work to make it easier for fellow small business owners to operate and expand their own business by reducing regulations, lowering taxes, and reforming health care.”

“It’s an honor to have the endorsement of the NFIB,” Norman said. “Their work to help the small business community is unparalleled. If elected, I will fight every day to cut government regulations and encourage the entrepreneurial spirit that makes this country great.”

“Ralph Norman has been a strong and consistent advocate for small business in South Carolina,” said NFIB South Carolina Director Ben Homeyer. “During his time in the legislature, he voted 100 percent of the time with NFIB priorities. He will be a welcome and needed voice in Washington to protect those who are the core of our great state and country.”

Norman’s endorsement today comes from the NFIB FedPAC, the organization’s political action committee. Small business owners vote in high percentages and they are influential in their communities. NFIB members in South Carolina’s 5th District will work hard to send Ralph Norman to Congress.

To learn more about NFIB in South Carolina, visit and follow @NFIB_SC on Twitter.

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