WASHINGTON, DC (Sept. 29, 2021) – The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s leading small business advocacy organization, announced today that it is expanding its multi-state paid advertising campaign including radio, print, and digital ads in targeted states and districts, including Virginia’s 7th Congressional District, encouraging Rep. Abigail Spanberger (VA-07) to vote against devastating tax hikes on small businesses.
These new ads continue a targeted effort that highlights 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. Similar ads were announced last week in Iowa and New Hampshire.
“Virginia’s fragile small business recovery could be in jeopardy, and Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger could be the deciding vote,” said Kevin Kuhlman, NFIB Vice President of Federal Government Relations. “Washington has proposed trillions in new government spending, and they want to pay for it with crippling new taxes on small businesses. Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger should stand up for Main Street and vote no on any new taxes on Virginia’s small businesses.”
Listen to the new radio ad here:
Virginia’s local small businesses have helped define our past … and hopefully our future.
But with Washington politicians proposing trillions in new government spending, that future could be in jeopardy.
That’s because many in Congress want to pay for these massive spending programs with crippling new taxes on Virginia small businesses…
… even as they’re struggling to emerge from the COVID-19 shutdowns.
This includes higher tax rates and the elimination of critical tax provisions Virginia’s small businesses now desperately need to reopen and rebuild.
This threat is real…and Virginia Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger could well be the deciding vote in Congress on these catastrophic taxes.
Call Abigail Spanberger today at 804-401-4110.
Tell her to vote NO on ANY new taxes on Virginia’s local small businesses.