NFIB State Director Jerrod Shouse said today that 72 state legislators — 34 members of the Senate and 38 members of the House — achieved a 100% NFIB Voting Record in the 2021-22 session.
“These legislators are a big reason why Oklahoma remains such a pro-small business state,” Shouse said. “It’s clear from the votes that these elected officials understand the challenges our members face and will do whatever it takes to enable them to own, operate, and grow their businesses.”
Shouse said the 2021-22 NFIB Voting Record does not reflect every element considered by lawmakers when voting, nor does it represent a complete profile of the legislators. The voting record includes eight key votes in both chambers on issues important to small businesses including tax relief, lawsuit reform, and broadband access. It does not factor in that many of these legislators supported small businesses in committees as well.