Election Day is Nov. 5: Download Your NFIB/New Jersey Voter Guide Today

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Download your NFIB/New Jersey Voter Guide

Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 5, and we want to make sure that you feel prepared to make decisions that will benefit your small business when you enter the voting booth. As a member of NFIB, you have access to our exclusive Small Business Voter Guide, which outlines the candidates and initiatives that will fight for your small business in New Jersey, as well as other important voter information.

Some important points you’ll find inside:

Public Question 2: Minimum Wage Amendment    

This constitutional amendment not only sets the minimum wage level to $8.25 per hour, but also includes annual cost of living increases every year, forever, regardless of worker performance or the surrounding economic climate.

The Minimum Wage Amendment will also cost the state up to 31,000 jobs, and because the wage increase will be added to the New Jersey Constitution, future changes to the minimum wage may only be done through ballot initiative. Visit NFIB’s SaveNewJerseyJobs.com to learn more about the amendment.

NFIB’s Endorsed Candidates

NFIB’s PAC, the New Jersey SAFE Trust, endorses candidates for their commitment to supporting a stronger business climate in New Jersey. Our Small Business Voter Guide provides a listing of all endorsed candidates so that you know which candidates have earned our support. We ask you to support these candidates and also encourage your family, friends and employees to support them as well.

Polls are open Tuesday, Nov. 5, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
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About Laurie Ehlbeck

Laurie Ehlbeck, an experienced government relations representative and former New Jersey Deputy Attorney General, was named the New Jersey state director for the National Federation of Independent Business in April 2006. As director of NFIB, the state's largest small-business advocacy organization, Ehlbeck will represent the interests of NFIB's 9,300 members in the Legislature as well as before state regulatory agencies. "Laurie brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to this position that will be a great benefit to NFIB's small-business members in New Jersey," said Tim Goodrich, regional public policy director for NFIB. Ehlbeck most recently was the director of government affairs for the New Jersey Food Council where she represented food chains, convenience stores, independent grocers and others in the food industry before the Legislature. Prior to the Food Council, Ehlbeck was a Deputy Attorney General where she served as Legislative Counsel identifying legal and constitutional issues, and was instrumental in drafting New Jersey Cultural Trust Fund legislation. A graduate of Rutgers University and Widener University School of Law, Ehlbeck has also served with the New Jersey State Senate Majority as a Judiciary Committee Aide, and has worked at Dilworth, Paxson, Kalish & Kauffman. She also has served as a member of the Township of Franklin Ordinance Review Committee. Heavily involved in the community, Ehlbeck is president of the Board of Directors of Quixote Quest, a teen volunteer club, the Washington Township Citizen's Advisory Committee, and is an assistant spokesperson of Washington Township Parents of Special Needs Children. @njmompop
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