Small Business Endorses Candidates in 46 Legislative Races

Date: September 24, 2018

The NFIB North Carolina PAC is endorsing candidates in 24 state Senate races and 22 House races. The political action committee is comprised exclusively of NFIB members.

“Our members support the candidates who support small business and free enterprise,” NFIB State Director Gregg Thompson says. “These candidates are committed to ensuring a commonsense regulatory, labor, and tax environment that will help small businesses grow and create jobs.”

The NFIB North Carolina PAC’s endorsement is important to these campaigns. 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 has pledged it will activate its grassroots network on behalf of these campaigns. NFIB’s political support is based on the candidates’ positions and records on small-business issues.

Senate (an asterisk denotes an NFIB member)

2 Norman Sanderson
6 Harry Brown
7 Louis Pate
8 Bill Rabon
9 Michael Lee
10 Brent Jackson
11 Rick Horner
13 Danny Britt, Jr.
15 John Alexander, Jr.
24 Rick Gunn

25 Tom McInnis
26 Phil Berger
27 Trudy Wade
29 Jerry Tillman
31 Joyce Krawiec
35 Todd Johnson*
36 Paul Newton
39 Dan Bishop
41 Jeff Tarte
42 Andy Wells

43 Kathy Harrington
45 Deanna Ballard
47 Ralph Hise
50 Jim Davis

House

2 Larry Yarborough
3 Michael Speciale
14 George Cleveland
25 John Check
55 Mark Brody
67 Wayne Sasser*
74 Debra Conrad
77 Harry Warren
78 Allen McNeill
79 Julia Howard*

80 Steve Jarvis*
87 Destin Hall
90 Sarah Stevens
91 Kyle Hall
93 Jonathan Jordan*
94 Jeffrey Elmore
97 Jason Saine
109 Dana Bumgardner*
110 Kelly Hastings
111 Tim Moore

112 David Rogers
120 Kevin Corbin

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