Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin (R,C,I-Melrose) was endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), New York’s leading small business association, in his bid for re-election to the state assembly in the 107th Assembly district. NFIB honored McLaughlin citing that he is the only candidate in this race who has shown commitment to reduce the costs of doing business and begin the work of cutting broad business and income taxes, easing regulatory barriers and strengthening Upstate New York’s economy. McLaughlin was also one of ten legislators honored as a “Guardian of Small Business” for his strong support ofNew York’s private sector.

“My focus since day one has been jobs and the private sector, and this honor is recognition that I’ve delivered as promised to middle-class families andNew York’s small business community,” said McLaughlin. “My years of experience in the private sector give me the ability to advocate the needs of our job creators and support pro-growth policies inAlbany. I’m the only candidate in this race who can offer that. I’m honored by this award from NFIB and remain committed to standing with the small business community to help create good, middle-class jobs for all New Yorkers.”

“Steve McLaughlin has been a tremendous advocate for small business in the Legislature and this year was recognized by NFIB as a Guardian of Small Business, based on his strong support of the NFIB agenda,” said NFIB/New York State Director Mike Durant.  “Assemblyman McLaughlin has stood with small business on key issues this session, from capping property taxes to reducing the stifling cost of doing business. We look forward to continuing to work with the Assemblyman to putNew Yorkon the path to economic revitalization.

Assemblyman Steve McLaughlin is the endorsed Republican, Conservative and Independence candidate running for state assembly in the 107th district, which comprises in parts of Rensselaer, Columbia and Washington Counties. For more information, please visit www.Steve4NY.com.


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