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State senator, combat veteran and congressional candidate Zach Nunn announced today that the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB), the nation’s leading small business organization, is endorsing his campaign for Congress. The endorsement comes off the heels of a small business roundtable hosted by Zach Nunn and NFIB at member business Heartland Companies in Des Moines, where pressing issues impacting small businesses were discussed, specifically inflation, supply chain issues and high taxes.

“As a current Iowa state Senator and former state Representative, Zach Nunn has proven to be a champion for small businesses,” said Matt Everson, NFIB Iowa State Director. “In the Iowa Legislature, he has earned a nearly perfect NFIB voting record on small business issues since 2015 and has delivered on passing legislation on tax cuts and deregulation. Iowa’s small businesses are proud to endorse Zach Nunn today for Congress.”


“Zach Nunn will be a strong small business voice in Congress,” said Sharon Sussin, NFIB Senior National Political Director. “He has a great record in the Iowa Legislature, and we are confident he will continue to advocate on behalf of small businesses. We look forward to working with him in Washington.”

“I’m honored to have the endorsement of NFIB,” said Zach Nunn, IA-03 candidate for Congress. “Small businesses are struggling under the weight of total Democrat control in DC, and NFIB recognizes the need to step up and do something to save our small businesses. In Iowa, we’ve successfully cut taxes for small businesses, addressed and fixed workforce shortages even in the face of a pandemic, and cut bureaucratic red tape in order to help local, small-town businesses prosper. Now I’m running to take conservative and pro-job policies to DC – we’ve had enough of Democrat’s inflation driving up production prices, taxes and supply chain issues. I look forward to working with NFIB to prioritize our small businesses, our economy, and a conservative wave in November!”

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  1. Yeah, well, he’s a RINO. He said he would have voted for the bill for homosexual marriage. He probably wants to send more money to the crooks in Ukraine (really the money is going to US defense contractors then some of it goes to support warmonger politicians). Conservatives don’t have much of a choice this November. Maybe we should write in Nicole Hasso.


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