Washington, D.C. (Oct. 16, 2018) – NFIB, the nation’s leading small business advocacy association, is endorsing Congressman Pete Sessions (TX-32) for re-election to the United States House of Representatives.
“Congressman Sessions has been a true champion for Texas small businesses,” said NFIB’s Texas State Director Annie Spilman. “He stands up for the issues that business owners in our state are concerned about, like protecting small business tax relief and eliminating onerous regulations. We are confident that Congressman Sessions will continue to be an advocate for our state’s small business community. On behalf of small businesses in Texas’ 32nd Congressional District, we are proud to endorse Congressman Sessions for re-election to the United States House of Representatives.”
Congressman Sessions 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 here.
“It is an honor to once again earn the support from the largest voice for small businesses. As a proud defender of the free enterprise system, I have worked tirelessly to create opportunity and growth for all North Texans. Small businesses are the backbone of our economy and I will always stand firmly in my support for these job creators,” said Congressman Sessions.
“Congressman Sessions’ pro-small business voting record speaks volumes,” said NFIB National Political Director Sharon Sussin. “He has been a staunch supporter of small business owners in Texas and across the country and has a deep understanding of the issues affecting them. We are glad to endorse Congressman Sessions for re-election to the U.S. House.”
NFIB is the nation’s leading small business advocacy association. Congressman Sessions’ 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 Texas will work hard to keep Congressman Sessions in the U.S. House.