NFIB Nebraska PAC Endorses Jim Pillen for Governor

Date: October 20, 2022


The state’s leading small business political action committee today endorsed Jim Pillen for Governor of Nebraska.


NFIB NE PAC supports candidates who are committed to making Nebraska a better place to do business and raise a family. The Governor plays a key role in defending the right of small business owners to open, operate, and grow their own businesses. A governor’s budget, legislative agenda and regulatory approach are important signals to Main Street and the stakes are high for small business owners in this election.


“Jim Pillen has the right experience, values and solutions to keep our state on track,” said Bob Hallstrom, NFIB State Director in Nebraska. “Main Street needs a defender who will make our state a better place to grow a business and raise a family. Nebraska’s small business owners believe that Jim Pillen is that leader.”


Nebraska’s small businesses endured over a year of business restrictions and closures, and have endured record inflation, supply disruptions and worker shortages.


“Our small business owners here in Nebraska are ready for continued leadership that will keep Nebraska’s economy rolling. Pillen’s commitment to fewer taxes and regulations are just what our small business owners need right now as they continue to bounce back from the recession and COVID-19 shutdowns.


Candidate endorsements are determined by the NFIB NE PAC Board, which is comprised of small business owners in the state. Candidates are evaluated based on their responses to key small business issues, as determined by NFIB NE members.


The NFIB NE PAC endorsement is an important signal to voters across the state that a candidate will stand with small business. Learn more about the Power of the Small Business Voice.


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