Small Businesses Endorse Diehl
Cape Cod, MA – Today Geoff Diehl, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate, was on Cape Cod while Senator Elizabeth Warren was campaigning in Wisconsin. Diehl was on Cape to announce his latest endorsement. The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), which is the nation’s leading business advocates, has endorsed his candidacy.
“NFIB knows that good small business policy starts with electing good small business candidates,” wrote Sharon Sussin, NFIB’s Political Director in the official endorsement communication sent to the campaign. “…your election is critical…and we look forward to working with you on the issues. We are excited about your candidacy and eager to support it.”
“As a small business owner, I’m thrilled to receive the support of one of the country’s leading advocates for our entrepreneurs and small business men and women,” said Diehl. “90% of our nation’s companies are made up of enterprises with fewer than 20 employees—that makes small business a major part of our economy and as the next U.S. Senator from Massachusetts, I want to do everything I can to help them succeed and grow.”
“Today we see more good news on the jobs numbers. I want to continue to grow jobs and Warren wants to kill this economy. If people want to protect their job and paycheck, then I am their candidate,” said Diehl.
Diehl also talked about his commitment to be a full time Senator who will get things done for Cape Cod. He has released a new video that features three Massachusetts Congressional members unable to name a Warren accomplishment.
Congressional members Seth Moulton, Mike Capuano and Katherine Clark were stumped when asked if they could name one thing she has passed for the Commonwealth.
“She has done nothing for Massachusetts. Her priority has been building a national profile for her presidential ambitions. She cannot even stay here for 4 days,” said Diehl. “I will be here for Cape Cod. I will not be going to Wisconsin or other states to campaign. Massachusetts will get my total attention.”
Warren has failed Massachusetts in constituent service. It took her 113 days to return a call to veterans. She only held 5 town hall meetings in 5 years. She voted against the 21stCentury Cures Act which had $12 million for the Commonwealth to fight the opioid epidemic. It also contained millions in medical research funding.
“I will be 100% for Massachusetts!” said Diehl.
As the next U.S. Senator, Diehl will hold a minimum of 12 town hall meetings per year. He will turn his ‘Diehl on Wheels’ RV into a mobile office to go from town to town to meet with constituents. Diehl also has aggressive plans to fight the opioid epidemic, reviving the fishing industry, and help our veterans. He will hit the ground running on day one.