Assemblyman Jay Webber will hold a press conference tomorrow with the National Federation of Independent Businesses, likely meaning he has secured the endorsement of the small-business interest group.
The NFIB represents roughly 9,300 small business members in the state and boasts a Super PAC to back its chosen candidates.
Since 2002, the PAC has spent given roughly $700,000 each election cycle to Republican candidates. The PAC also spends a considerable amount each year on independent media buys.
The PAC has already given more than $500,000 to candidates this year, and that figure will likely increase once campaigns pick up steam as summer nears its end.