Earlier this summer Laura participated in the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce’s candidate endorsement process. She received their endorsement for her election to House District 20, serving South and West Salem, Monmouth and Independence.
Nick Williams, Director of Communications for the Chamber stated:
“These endorsements are important, as the candidates have been vetted and can be trusted with legislative votes that align with the needs of small businesses to grow well into the future. These candidates get it.”
Laura has been and will continue to be an advocate for growing our local economy and ensuring opportunities abound for everyone seeking employment. She and her husband Dan are small business owners, they have owned and operated their small construction company for 28 years. They understand how to create jobs and grow businesses.
Laura will be a champion for small business issues in the legislature unlike her opponent who received a 0% voting record supporting small businesses. She will fight new taxes on small businesses who continue to struggle with an unpredictable economy and will work to eliminate unnecessary regulations which cause small businesses to close.
Laura knows more support for new businesses will give them a greater chance of success to create jobs. She is grateful for the confidence the Chamber has placed in her candidacy for House District 20.