The NFIB/NJ PAC, the political arm of the National Federation of Independent Businesses in New Jersey, has endorsed Senator Sam Thompson, Assemblyman Ron Dancer and Assemblyman Rob Clifton for reelection in the 12th legislative district.
“Your election is not only critical to the small-business owners in your district, but also to protecting free enterprise across the state,” wrote State Director Laurie Ehlbeck in letters to the legislators.
“Small-business owners are the backbone of our economy and collectively provide most of the jobs in the New Jersey,” said Thompson. “It is my privilege to fight for them. I am honored to have the support and partnership of the NFIB/NJPAC.”
“We need to stop the over regulation and over taxation of small businesses in New Jersey,” Dancer said. “We appreciate NFIB/NJPAC’s ongoing support and the their strong advocacy for the men, women and families that they represent.”
“From farmers to realtors to retailers to manufacturers to coders and accountants, small-business owners are the risk takers who make America great,” said Clifton. “Government should get out of their way, not be another obstacle for them to overcome. I’m proud to fight for small-business owners in Trenton and I’m humbled by NFIB/NJPAC’s support and partnership.”
The 12th district includes Allentown, Englishtown, Manalapan, Matawan, Millstone, Roosevelt and Upper Freehold in Monmouth County; Old Bridge in Middlesex County; Jackson and Plumsted in Ocean County and the Burlington County towns of Chesterfield, New Hanover, North Hanover, and Wrightstown.
The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) represents 325,000 small businesses in all 50 states and Washington, D.C., and is dedicated to leveling the playing field with Big Business, Big Government, and Big Labor in every key area – taxes, healthcare, regulations, and more.