NFIB New Jersey Supports Pro-Small Business Candidates For Legislature

NFIB New Jersey Supports Pro-Small Business Candidates For Legislature

TRENTON, NJ (September 15, 2021) – The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the nation’s leading small business advocacy group, today released its list of approvals for the New Jersey Senate and Assembly in the November election. NFIB NJ State Director Eileen Kean announced the bipartisan slate of candidates, which was released by the NFIB New Jersey PAC, the state’s most influential and effective small business political action committee.

“With Main Street businesses damaged and still at risk from the COVID-19 pandemic, and the often glaring inequalities in how small businesses have been treated by the government compared to large corporations and online businesses, it It is extremely important that small businesses are well represented in Trenton, ”said Kean. “I am happy to extend the endorsement of the National Federation of Independent Business to these strong and small business-friendly applicants. Each has always demonstrated a commitment to mainstreet, free enterprise and small business owners and their employees. “

Approvals are based on comments from NFIB members, candidate questionnaires and the 2020-2021 NFIB / NJ voting record.

“Small business owners across New Jersey are facing regulatory, tax and hiring challenges like never before,” Kean continued. “We will aggressively support those candidates who best represent our members and fight for the continued growth and vitality of New Jersey small businesses. This election is too important for the business community to sit on the sidelines and accept the status quo and the uniform policies coming from Trenton. “


Anthony Bucco – (25th arrondissement)

Jon Bramnick – (21st arrondissement)

Chris Connors – (9th arrondissement)

Kristen Corrado – (40th arrondissement)

Michael Doherty – (23rd arrondissement)

Vin Gopal – (11th District)

James Holzapfel – (10th arrondissement)

Gordon Johnson – (37th arrondissement)

Fred Madden – (4th arrondissement)

Vincent Mazzeo, Jr. – (2nd district)

Declan O’Scanlon, Jr. – (13th arrondissement)

Steven Oroho – (24th arrondissement)

Mike Pappas – (16th arrondissement)

Joseph Pennacchio – (26th arrondissement)

Paul Sarlo – (36th arrondissement)

Holly Schepisi – (39th arrondissement)

Robert Singer – (30th arrondissement)

Troy Singleton – (7th arrondissement)

Jean Stanfield – (8th arrondissement)

Michael Testa – (1st district)


Robert Auth – (39th arrondissement)

Daniel Benson – (14th arrondissement)

Brian Bergen – (25th arrondissement)

Jean Catalano – (10th arrondissement)

Robert Clifton – (12th arrondissement)

Ronald Dancer – (12th arrondissement)

Christopher DePhillips – (40th arrondissement)

John DiMaio – (23rd arrondissement)

Aura Dunn – (25th arrondissement)

Caren Fitzpatrick – (2nd district)

DiAnne Gove – (9th arrondissement)

Sean Kean – (30th arrondissement)

Antwan McClellan – (1st district)

Greg McGuckin – (10th arrondissement)

Raj Mukherji – (33rd arrondissement)

Nancy Muñoz – (21st arrondissement)

Eric Peterson – (23rd arrondissement)

Kevin Rooney – (40th arrondissement)

Brian Rumpf – (9th arrondissement)

Gerald Scharfenberger – (13th arrondissement)

Erik Simonsen – (1st district)

Espace Parker – (24th arrondissement)

Adam Taliaferro – (3rd district)

Edward Thomson – (30th arrondissement)

Jay Webber – (26th arrondissement)

Harold Wirths – (24th arrondissement)


For more than 75 years, the NFIB has championed the interests of American small business owners and independent businesses, both in Washington, DC, and in the 50 state capitals. The NFIB is non-profit, non-partisan, and member-driven. Since its founding in 1943, NFIB has focused exclusively on small businesses and independent businesses, and so on today. For more information, please visit

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