Rancho Cucamonga, CA — Small Business owner and Assemblyman, Marc Steinorth has received the endorsement of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB).
The NFIB is a nonpartisan organization that is dedicated to promoting the success of small businesses. They currently represent 325,000 small businesses located throughout the entire United States.
“California’s poor business climate is driving out employers and stifling job creation,” stated California NFIB State Executive Director, Tom Scott. “As a small business owner, Marc Steinorth understands the importance of sustaining a business friendly environment that promotes job creation and economic stability. We support Marc because he has been a consistent voice for business owners and hardworking families.”
Nearly two decades ago, Marc Steinorth founded Atlas Buying Group, Inc. which provides services to local small businesses and corporations throughout the nation, helping them grow and create jobs. Before he was elected to the State Assembly, Marc served on the Rancho Cucamonga City Council. As both a business owner and councilman, Marc has extensive experience balancing budgets, creating jobs, and demonstrating fiscal responsibility.
While serving in the State Assembly, Steinorth has promoted policies that reduce the regulatory burden on small businesses, promote affordable homeownership, and increase public safety.
“As California’s small businesses struggle to stay afloat, we cannot afford to continue raising taxes and increasing regulations,” replied Steinorth. “The NFIB and I share a vison of a more business friendly state that promotes greater employment opportunities for all Californians. I am honored to have their support.”
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.