Rep. Tim Whelan Endorsed by NFIB

National Federation of Independent Business backs Whelan
State Rep. Tim Whelan (R-Brewster)

Press release from Rep. Tim Whelan's campaign...

State Representative Timothy Whelan (R-Brewster) announced today that his campaign for re-election has been endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB)- Massachusetts PAC.  Founded in 1943, the NFIB is the nation’s leading small business association with offices in all 50 state capitals and represents more than 325,000 small and independent business owners across the US.

In announcing this endorsement, NFIB MA State Director Christopher Carlozzi stated, “We thank you for your commitment to the needs of thousands of Main Street small businesses and their more than one-million employees in Massachusetts during your service on Beacon Hill”. 

“Small business is the life-blood of our economy here on Cape Cod.  From retail to hospitality and everywhere in between, our hard-working small business owners deserve a state government that enables and supports their success and growth”, Rep. Whelan stated.  “I am deeply grateful to NFIB for their support and look forward to our future work in support of our small businesses community.”

Representative Whelan is serving in his second term representing the 1st Barnstable District, including precincts in the Towns of Barnstable, Brewster, Dennis, and Yarmouth.  He serves as the ranking member on the Joint Committee on Public Service, and on the House Committee on Ways & Means and the Joint Committee on Higher Education.

 


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