Pro-Trade and Free Enterprise Policies Earn Senator Cornyn the Support of the Business Community for Reelection
AUSTIN — Senator John Cornyn has received resounding endorsements from the business community for his reelection. The senator’s pro-trade and free enterprise policies, in combination with his support of programs that reward innovation to address the most pressing issues of the day, have kept Texas atop lists as the best for business for more than two decades.
“Senator Cornyn has been a true champion for Texas small businesses throughout his time in Congress,” said Annie Spilman, NFIB’s Texas State Director. “He understands the issues our members are concerned about, especially during these unprecedented and difficult times. We know that Senator Cornyn will remain a strong and reliable advocate for our state’s small businesses. On behalf of our members in Texas, we are proud to endorse Senator John Cornyn for re-election today.”
“Small businesses need strong representatives in Congress now more than ever and Senator Cornyn is a staunch ally for small businesses in Texas,” said NFIB National Political Director Sharon Sussin. “We are pleased to endorse Senator Cornyn, and we look forward to continuing to work with him.”
“John Cornyn is a champion for jobs, paychecks and economic opportunity for all. That’s why we need him back in the Senate working for all Texans, and it’s why the Texas Association of Business FED-PAC proudly endorses the re-election of Senator John Cornyn,” said Eddie Aldrete, Texas Association of Business FED-PAC chairman.
“As our country faces many challenges and is collectively working to not just reopen our economy but return to growth and expanded opportunities for all Americans, we need leaders like Senator John Cornyn. He has a proven track record of leading responsibly and standing up for good policies,” U.S. Chamber of Commerce CEO Thomas Donohue said.
Senator Cornyn is also endorsed by the International Franchise Association, which represents more than 62,000 businesses, 635,500 jobs, $21.6 billion in payroll, and a $31.6 billion contribution to GDP.
The senator has a long record of policies aimed at making Texas a place of tremendous opportunity; attractive for businesses to start-up, relocate, grow and create jobs; and ensuring hardworking Texans keep more of what they earn:
- Voted for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
- Cosponsored legislation that would permanently eliminate the Death Tax
- Authored the Small Business Taxpayer Bill of Rights Act (S. 2689, 115th Congress)
- Cosponsored the Financial Institutions Examination Fairness and Reform Act (S.774; 114th Congress)
- Authored the Wounded Warrior Tax Equity Act (S.907; 114th Congress
- Authored taxpayer relief provision that waived installment agreement fees for taxpayers (part of the 2015 Bipartisan Budget Act)
- Sponsored a proposal giving taxpayers additional time to collect proceeds from the sale of property wrongfully levied upon and to bring a civil action against the IRS for a wrongful levy (part of the Tax Cuts & Jobs Act)
- Cosponsored the Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (P.L.109-282)
- Authored a balanced budget amendment to the U.S. Constitution (S.J.Res 7; 113th Congress
- Reduced regulatory costs on American businesses and workers by over $50 billion, in part through the repeal of excessive Obama-era regulations using authority under the Congressional Review Act