NFIB Endorses Lisa McClain for Election to Congress

Date: September 09, 2020

LANSING, Mich. (Sept. 9, 2020) — The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s leading small business advocacy organization, today endorsed Lisa McClain for election to the United States House of Representatives to represent Michigan’s 10th Congressional District.

“A small business owner herself, Lisa McClain will no doubt be a friend to small businesses in Congress,” said Charlie Owens, NFIB’s Michigan State Director. “She knows the challenges small business owners in our state face firsthand and is committed to standing up for the issues our members care about, such as rolling back regulations and emphasizing health care reform for small business owners. We are pleased to endorse Lisa McClain today for election to the U.S. House of Representatives to represent the small business community in Michigan’s 10th Congressional District.”

“We are proud to endorse Lisa McClain today for election to Congress,” said NFIB National Political Director Sharon Sussin. “Her unique background and stance on issues that impact small businesses in her state and across the country make her a strong small business candidate. We look forward to working with her in Congress.”

Lisa McClain’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 Michigan will work hard to elect Lisa McClain to Congress. 

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