NATIONAL FEDERATION OF INDEPENDENT BUSINESS (NFIB) ENDORSES JAY FANT
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Jay Fant has officially been endorsed by the National Federation of Independent Business.
The endorsement comes from the NFIB/Florida SAFE (Save America’s Free Enterprise) Trust, the political action committee for NFIB/Florida’s membership, and is based on candidates’ positions regarding key small-business issues including healthcare, taxes, and labor and regulatory issues.
In a statement released yesterday, Bill Herrle, NFIB’s Florida Executive Director stated:
“Jay’s business experience in the district has given him an understanding of the issues facing Florida’s small business owners, and his focus on reducing taxes and regulations, enacting lawsuit reform, and eliminating the roadblocks hindering small business growth show that he’s committed to helping Florida’s job creators.
Jay is the best candidate in the district who is fully devoted to supporting small business in the Florida House, and we feel he can provide steady leadership to ensure that Florida maintains its pro-business climate.”
In addition to the NFIB’s endorsement, Fant has also been endorsed by 50 small business leaders from Jacksonville’s Westside.
To read the full text of the NFIB endorsement, please CLICK HERE.
About Jay Fant for State Representative
Jay Fant’s strong ties to Jacksonville began when his grandfather’s family moved to the city in 1920. Jay’s father and grandfather have been local business and civic leaders, with both having served in elected office. In 1947, the family started First Guaranty Bank, one of the oldest banks in the city. In 1994, Jay was elected to serve on the board and led the company with his father through 2012. Jay has done much to continue the family tradition of investing in the community. He has been involved with many different organizations, including Big Brothers Big Sisters, Healthy U Now Foundation, Rotary, and the Florida Bankers Association. Jay and his wife, Lauren, have two sons and two daughters. They attend St. Johns Presbyterian Church. In his spare time, he coaches little league baseball and basketball.
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Contact: Brett Doster