Rancho Cucamonga, CA — Assemblyman and small business owner, Marc Steinorth has received the endorsement of the California Small Business Association (CSBA).
The CSBA is a nonprofit and non-partisan organization that provides a voice for small businesses at all levels of government. They are also dedicated to helping members grow and meet their business needs.
“Marc Steinorth has been a champion for small business and job creation,” stated CSBA President Betty Jo Toccoli. “As the owner of a small business, Marc is working with organizations like CSBA and striving to once again make California a business-friendly state. Like us, he knows the quickest way to accomplish this goal is by incentivizing and encouraging small business expansion.”
Marc Steinorth is very familiar with small business growth and job creation. In 1998, he founded Atlas Buying Group, Inc., which continues to offer services to small businesses throughout the country, helping them to start, run and expand. As our Assemblyman, Marc has used his experience to be a voice for common-sense policies that make this process easier for aspiring business owners.
“We need to stop turning our backs on small businesses and the people and families who have helped our local economies by investing their life-savings and working hard every day”, said Steinorth. “We need to make it easier for them to succeed, and we need to encourage more of them to move to California.”
In addition to his commitment to growing the economy, Marc has promoted policies to enhance public safety, increase the amount of affordable housing, and relieve the tax burden on working families. He has also dedicated much of his time to combating California’s homelessness crisis.
Marc Steinorth is seeking reelection to the 40th Assembly district, which includes the communities of Highland, Loma Linda, Rancho Cucamonga, Redlands, San Bernardino and the unincorporated areas of Mentone, Devore, Lytle Creek and portions of Phelan. Marc and his wife, Maria and their two children live in Rancho Cucamonga.