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.
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Jay Webber has stood up for free markets during his tenure in Trenton. His opponent opposes efforts to repeal Obamacare and tax cuts. The choice for anyone concerned about jobs and economic growth is clear. Webber for Congress!