In a preview of the expected fight for the upcoming 2022 midterm elections, Job Creators Network, small business advocacy group is re-launching next week its Bring Small Businesses Back Bus Tour to highlight concerns over aspects of the Biden’s agenda, The Hill reports.
Job Creators Network president Alfredo Ortiz emphasized that the US’s 90-million-strong small business community is under assault by the proposed policies of the Biden Administration that have encouraged more spending despite worries about inflation and the jobless benefits they believe will contribute to lingering unemployment.
Ortiz also raised concerns about Democratic policies like the efforts to increase the minimum wage, which, according to them, will unfairly burden small businesses.
The conservative group’s bus tour is part of a seven-figure campaign to oppose policies of his administration that will begin next Wednesday in Dallas, where they’ll bring the voter’s attention toward GOP Rep. Beth Van Duyne’s work, who won her election last November as freshmen candidate.
As President Biden carried Van Duyne’s district by roughly 5 percentage points, she could be a vulnerable incumbent in 2022.
The tour will make stops in Georgia, Indiana, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Florida and in Missouri next Friday, hosting in each instance appearances with members of Congress with Rep. Blaine Luetkemeyer being the first during the Missouri event
Luetkemeyer was one of the dozens Republicans who opposed in January certifying the presidential election results of certain states.