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The NFIB Federal PAC Endorses Supervisor Tom Patti for Congress

Government and Politics

September 30, 2022


Stockton, CA – This week, the National Federation of Independent Business Federal PAC announced their endorsement of San Joaquin County Supervisor Tom Patti for Congress in the Ninth District. 

“As a small business owner, Tom Patti understands the operations and challenges of running a small business,” said John Kabateck, NFIB California State Director. “He has advocated for pro-small business policies in the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors and understands that small businesses are the community’s job creators. We are confident that he will be a strong voice for California’s small businesses in Congress.”

“I am proud to have the support of the NFIB for our campaign," Supervisor Patti said. "I will be a voice for local businesses and advocate for common sense policies that help rebuild our economy and create more good paying jobs in our community. As a congressman, I will make sure we protect the livelihoods of families and small business owners throughout our region."

Tom Patti has also been endorsed by the Lodi Chamber of Commerce, Supervisor Robert Rickman, Supervisor Miguel Villapudua, the San Joaquin Deputy Sheriffs Association, the Stockton Police Officers Association and the Stockton Professional Firefighters Local 456.

About Supervisor Tom Patti: Tom was raised in San Joaquin County and has run a successful local business for decades. He was elected to the San Joaquin County Board of Supervisors in 2016 by an overwhelming margin.

As a County Supervisor, community volunteer, and parent, Tom has worked and dedicated his efforts to safer neighborhoods, demanded real action to reduce homelessness, and advocated for improving the quality, accessibility, and availability of local healthcare.

Tom Patti has worked hard to support veterans, improve and fund our community colleges, support our farmers, advanced workforce equity and created many new job opportunities. 

Learn more by visiting www.TomPattiForCongress.com