Washington, D.C. (Oct. 11, 2018) – NFIB, the nation’s leading small business advocacy association, is endorsing Congressman Tom Reed (NY-23) for re-election to the United States House of Representatives. NFIB announced the endorsement today at Four Mile Brewing in Olean, New York.
“Congressman Reed has been a dedicated supporter of New York small businesses in Washington, D.C. and here at home,” said NFIB’s New York State Director Greg Biryla. “He played an important role in making tax relief for small businesses a reality and has worked hard to eliminate costly and burdensome regulations. Congressman Reed is a true champion for small business owners. On behalf of small businesses in New York’s 23rd Congressional District, we are proud to endorse Congressman Reed for re-election to the United States House of Representatives.”
Congressman Reed has demonstrated a solid voting record as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives, earning a 100 percent rating so far this Congress from NFIB. The list of votes is available .
“We’re honored to have earned the support of NFIB,” said Congressman Reed. “Small businesses are benefiting from our pro-growth message that supports opportunity for hardworking people. We will always be an advocate for job creators and the thousands of people they employ in the Southern Tier, Finger Lakes, and Western New York.”
“Congressman Reed is a staunch supporter of small business,” said NFIB National Political Director Sharon Sussin. “He has earned a 100 percent voting record so far during this Congress, and we are confident he will continue to be a strong advocate for small businesses. We are glad to endorse Congressman Reed for re-election to the U.S. House today.”
NFIB is the nation’s leading small business advocacy association. Congressman Reed’s endorsement today comes from the NFIB FedPAC, the organization’s political action committee. Small business owners vote in high percentages and they are influential in their communities. NFIB members in New York will work hard to keep Congressman Reed in the U.S. House.