21 TN Legislators Achieve 100% NFIB Voting Records

Date: June 21, 2022

The 2021-22 voting record includes 12 key votes on issues including tax, labor and regulatory reforms

NFIB State Director Jim Brown today said that 21 state legislators — five members of the Senate and 16 members of the House — achieved a 100 percent NFIB Voting Record in the 2021-22 legislative session. Another 20 in the Senate and 50 in the House were an excellent 90 percent or above. 

“Tennessee remains a very pro-small business state for many reasons, including that many legislators own or have owned their own businesses,” Brown said. “They understand the challenges many of our members face in these difficult times, with soaring inflation, supply chain disruptions and significant workforce shortages.” 

Brown said the NFIB Voting Record does not reflect every element considered by a lawmaker when voting, nor does it represent a complete profile of a legislator. The 2021-22 Voting Record includes 12 key votes in both chambers of the legislature on issues important to small businesses including tax, labor and regulatory reforms. It does not factor in that many of these legislators were very helpful to small business in committees. 

Click here to see the results for all legislators and an explanation of the issues. 

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