Small Business Endorses Mike Johnson for Congress

Date: November 29, 2016

National Federation of Independent Business cites candidate’s strong support for small business-friendly initiatives

For Immediate
Andrew Wimer, 202-314-2073 or 703-298-5938 (cell)
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Washington, D.C. (November 29, 2016) – The National Federation of
Independent Business (NFIB)
, the nation’s leading representative of small
business owners, is endorsing Mike
for Louisiana’s 4th
Congressional District
. Johnson’s commitment to issues that small business
owners care about makes him an ideal candidate for Congress.

“Mike Johnson is committed to being a strong
voice for Louisiana small business owners,” said NFIB National Political Director Sharon Sussin. “He understands the
challenges faced by small businesses and will work to reduce taxes, eliminate
red tape, and reform health care. We look forward to seeing him serve in the
U.S. House.”

“During his time in the Louisiana legislature,
Mike Johnson was a reliable vote for small business priorities,” said NFIB/Louisiana State Director Dawn Starns.
“He stood against what could have been one of the biggest tax increases in
state history. We could count on him listening to small business owners in Louisiana, and we know he will continue
advocating for them in Washington.”

Johnson’s endorsement today comes from the
NFIB SAFE Trust, the organization’s political action committee. Small
business owners vote in high percentages,
and they are influential in their communities. NFIB members in Louisiana’s
4th Congressional District
will work hard to send Mike
to Congress.


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