His legal, business, and public policy credentials make for a winning combination
ANNAPOLIS, Nov. 2, 2018 — The state’s leading small business organization, NFIB, today announced that its Maryland political action committee had endorsed Craig Wolf in the race for Maryland Attorney General. NFIB advocates on behalf of thousands of small and independent businesses across the state, from every industry sector. NFIB members in Maryland were recently balloted, and they, along with the NFIB MD PAC, have given Wolf the thumbs up as the candidate of choice for this important statewide public office.
“Craig Wolf has a long and solid history as a federal prosecutor and as a state’s attorney, but what is also very important to our members is the role he has played as a Maryland business leader,” said Tim Goodrich, Executive Director of State Government Relations for NFIB. “Craig headed one of the most prominent trade associations in the country, the Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of America. Not only does he have a great understanding of public policy, and a solid legal background as a public servant, he also knows how important the success of small businesses is to our state.”
“I am honored to have earned the endorsement of the National Federation of Independent Business in Maryland,” said Craig Wolf. “As someone who has represented multi-generational family businesses for the past 18 years, I understand the importance of small business in the creation of jobs and opportunity for millions of people in Baltimore City and all across the state.”
“Small business owners are the backbone of our economy in this state, and it is the jobs created by members of NFIB which provide the stepping stones which help take people out of poverty and put them on the road to economic success.” Added Wolf. “I look forward to working closely with NFIB once in office to ensure that business always has a voice with my regulators and that they will be able to operate on a level playing field in the marketplace.”
Small-business owners and their employees vote in high numbers and are known for actively recruiting friends, family members, and acquaintances to go to the polls. NFIB will encourage its members to help turn out the small-business vote for NFIB MI PAC-endorsed candidates this year in the November Elections.