AURORA, IL – Tuesday, Republican candidate for Illinois House Pat Fee announced her endorsement from the National Federation of Independent Businesses’ state political action committee, the NFIB Illinois SAFE (Save America’s Free Enterprise) Trust. NFIB is the largest small business advocacy organization in the nation and Illinois. NFIB Illinois SAFE Trust joins a host of other business and community leaders in supporting Pat Fee’s campaign to bring fiscal responsibility and restore confidence in Illinois government.
“It is clear that [Fee] best understands small business issues and will fight to ensure Illinois has a strong economy and good climate for job growth,” stated Kim Clarke Maisch, State Director NFIB/Illinois. “Small business is the backbone of this state’s economy and we need someone like Fee, in Springfield to work against excessive government regulations and demand policies that brings jobs
back to Illinois.”
In light of Illinois’ job-killing 67% income tax increase and the State’s billion dollar deficit, Pat Fee is campaigning on a message of fiscal reform and combating wasteful government spending to the residents of the 84th District.
“It’s time for a fresh start in Springfield. I am delighted and proud to receive the endorsement of NFIB Illinois,” stated Pat Fee. “As your next State Representative, I am committed to making Illinois a better place for job creation and the next generation. Now, more than ever, we must make Illinois a
better place for businesses, tackle our budget crisis, and bring jobs back to Illinois.”