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National Federation of Independent Business Unanimously Endorses Justice Rebecca Bradley for State Supreme Court

Founded in 1943, and headquartered in Washington, DC , NFIB's membership includes 11,000 small and independent businesses located throughout Wisconsin.

By - Mar 28th, 2016 06:03 am

[Madison, Wis.] – Today, Justice Rebecca Bradley‘s campaign announced that she received the endorsement of the National Federation of Independent Business, Wisconsin’s leading advocate on behalf of small and independent business.

“I am honored by the endorsement of the NFIB,” said Justice Rebecca Bradley. “Once again, we see a growing coalition throughout the state in support of my originalist commitment to the rule of law and vocal support from all corners of the state.”

Founded in 1943, and headquartered in Washington, DC , NFIB’s membership includes 11,000 small and independent businesses located throughout Wisconsin.

“Without a doubt, Justice Rebecca Bradley is the choice of independent businesses throughout Wisconsin. Her no nonsense approach to interpretation of the U.S. and Wisconsin constitutions is a breath of fresh air in this race,” said Bill G. Smith, State Director, National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB). “For the first time in NFIB’s history we have a unanimous endorsement of the respondents to our member questionnaire. This also mirrors the unanimous endorsement of our leadership board.”

Justice Rebecca Bradley is the only candidate in this race who has experience as a trial lawyer, circuit court judge, appellate court judge and Supreme Court Justice. Justice Rebecca Bradley’s positive campaign is centered on her experience, service to the people of Wisconsin, and judicial philosophy.

For more information on Justice Rebecca Bradley and her campaign to retain her seat on the Supreme Court of Wisconsin please visit justicerebeccabradley.com.

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6 thoughts on “National Federation of Independent Business Unanimously Endorses Justice Rebecca Bradley for State Supreme Court”

  1. blurondo says:

    Bradley is an inexperienced, biased, immature, ambitious status seeker who has been on the receiving end of an overdose of cronyism from wrong way Walker.

  2. S C says:

    Did some research. Typical shadow, right-wing special interest group that is a reliable puppet for Scott Walker. They’re on record for praising Walker “for his laser focus on jobs and Wisconsin’s economy.”

    Yes — the economy that is ranked in the bottom quarter of state economies for job growth and business climate — and is the worst in the Midwest.

    More interesting is that there is no data evidence of a membership of 11,000. It’s likely that’s a huge exaggeration — or an outright lie. Do you know any business in your neighborhood that is a member? I don’t, either.

  3. WashCoRepub says:

    Nice to see such a high-profile organization endorsing Justice Bradley. Should serve as a nice contrast to some of the dark money coming in from shadowy groups like the Greater Wisconsin Committee to place ads for Kloppenburg.

  4. Vincent Hanna says:

    Ha a conservative complaining about dark money and outside groups. That’s rich. Because Bradley is not receiving any help whatsoever from those types of organizations.

    Also, why does this group carry greater weight than say a Bar Association made up of actual attorneys, an association that deemed Bradley unqualified for the State Supreme Court?

  5. Vincent Hanna says:

    For example, the outside group (shadowy perhaps WashCoRepub?) Wisconsin Alliance for Reform is spending $400,000 to support Bradley. They do not disclose their donors. Sounds like dark money to me. I’m sure you are outraged by that WashCoRepub because I know you are not a hypocrite engaging in selective partisan outrage.

  6. S C says:

    High-profile? I’ve literally been asking all the business owners I know — even places I have visited today — if they are a member of NFIB. None of them have said they are — and several have said, “Never heard of it.”

    It’s another group of Republicans who feel soooo confident about their beliefs — but just not confident enough to name their groups so people know who they are.

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