Louisiana’s Small Businesses Endorse Congressman Steve Scalise for Re-election

Date: October 21, 2020

BATON ROUGE, La. (Oct. 21, 2020) — The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s leading small business advocacy organization, today endorsed Congressman Steve Scalise for re-election to continue to represent Louisiana’s 1st Congressional District in the United States House of Representatives.

“Congressman Steve Scalise is a true champion for Louisiana’s small businesses,” said Dawn Starns, NFIB’s Louisiana State Director. “He has a deep understanding of the issues our members are facing, especially during these difficult times. Congressman Scalise was instrumental in making small business tax relief a reality and bringing much-needed financial assistance during COVID-19 to our state’s small businesses. We have no doubt that Congressman Scalise will continue to be a reliable and dedicated ally for Louisiana small businesses in Congress. We are proud to endorse Congressman Scalise today.”

“Small businesses need more lawmakers in Congress like Congressman Scalise,” said NFIB National Political Director Sharon Sussin. “He is a true leader on small business issues, and we are confident that Congressman Scalise will continue to stand up for small businesses in Louisiana and across the country. We look forward to continuing to work with Congressman Scalise.”

Steve Scalise’s endorsement today comes from NFIB FedPAC, the organization’s political action committee. NFIB FedPAC is funded by NFIB member donations above membership dues. Decisions made by NFIB FedPAC are managed by a member-driven grassroots evaluation process. Small business owners are influential in their communities and NFIB members in Louisiana will work hard to re-elect Steve Scalise. 

Subscribe For Free News And Tips

Enter your email to get FREE small business insights. Learn more

Get to know NFIB

NFIB is a member-driven organization advocating on behalf of small and independent businesses nationwide.

Learn More

Or call us today

© 2001 - 2022 National Federation of Independent Business. All Rights Reserved. Terms and Conditions | Privacy