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Pat Meehan Scores Endorsement from Small Business Advocacy Groups

Pat Meehan Scores Endorsement from Small Business Advocacy Groups

DREXEL HILL, PA – The National Federation of Independent Businesses and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce today announced their endorsement of Pat Meehan in Pennsylvania’s 7th Congressional District.
NFIB is the nation’s leading small businesses association representing small and independent businesses across the country.  The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the world’s largest business federation representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes, sectors, and regions, as well as state and local chambers and industry associations. More than 96% of U.S. Chamber members are small businesses with 100 employees or fewer.
These endorsements were announced at two events today, the first held at the Howell Door Company in West Chester, Chester County and the second was held at Suburban Collision Specialists in Glenolden, Delaware County.  Today’s endorsement comes on the heels of several other announcements of support for Pat Meehan from SEPAC, which is the Political Action Committee comprised of Members from the Delaware County, Main Line and TriCounty Area Chambers of Commerce; and the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry.
“Pat Meehan realizes the importance of small businesses to job creation and he understands the challenges faced by small businesses today,” said Kevin Shivers, Pennsylvania director of the NFIB. “Pat’s policies of lower taxes and incentivizing investment will allow small businesses to expand and create jobs.”
“As I’ve traveled across the district, I’ve heard the concerns of small business owners who say that the Democrats’ economic policies are stifling job creation,” said Pat Meehan. “Business owners fear looming tax hikes and new regulations that make hiring new employees more costly. The best way to spur job creation is to cut taxes and put more money into the hands of consumers and investors.”

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