Moore, NJ — The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s leading small business advocacy organization, supports Bob Healey to represent New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.
The recognition was announced at an event in Medford hosted by NFIB member small business Medford Heating.
“Bob Healey has experience running a family business and understands the challenges small business owners face,” said Eileen Kean, NFIB New Jersey Director. “He recognized how rampant inflation and high taxes were hurting small businesses and pledged to focus attention on these issues in Congress. He also pledged to oppose burdensome regulations and support policies that boosted the economy of small businesses. Bob Healey will be a small and family A great advocate for business, and we look forward to working with him.”
“We believe that Bob Healey will be a small business ally in Washington,” said Sharon Sussin, NFIB National Senior Political Director. “He has first-hand experience running a family business and will be a strong advocate for policies that support small business. We are delighted to support him today.”
“I am honored to be recognized by America’s leading small business group. The NFIB represents thousands of business owners and entrepreneurs who I believe are the heart and soul of what drives America’s economy. I am proud to come from a commitment to expanding free enterprise And the ranks of the private sector. My business background is in stark contrast to the incumbent whose only work experience is in government. Rep. King is a member of the House Small Business Committee, but he recently added thousands to businesses The $100 million tax vote shows why Andy is not an advocate for small business,” observes Healy.
Endorsements are issued by NFIB FedPAC, the political action committee of the NFIB. NFIB FedPAC is funded by voluntary contributions from NFIB members in addition to their dues. Decisions made by NFIB FedPAC are governed by member-driven grassroots assessments.
For more information on Congressman King’s extreme views, please visit: https://www.extremeandy.com.
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