HYDE PARK, NY – The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) recently released its 2021-22 Legislative Voting Record, which aims to show the small business community whether their legislators support job creators and their local economies. Senator Sue Serino, who is running to represent the newly formed 41st State Senate District, scored a 100%. 

“Our small businesses are the backbone of our communities, and we have a duty to ensure that these employers are able to thrive here in our state,” said Senator Serino. “As someone who has owned my own small business, I know from experience just how hard it can be to make payroll, navigate government red tape, survive a recession and try to keep your doors open in New York when every day it seems like out-of-touch politicians are making it impossible to make ends meet. Whether Albany’s Supermajority is failing to pay off its unemployment insurance loan and passing a surcharge onto employers, or rushing through misguided legislation without taking into account the impact it will have on our community’s small businesses, it is clear we are heading in the wrong direction. This November, we have the opportunity to make a change by electing leaders who understand these challenges, who govern by listening, and who will advance policies that truly make New York open for business.”

A nonprofit, nonpartisan organization, NFIB is the leading small business advocacy organization here in the state and across the nation. Senator Serino was one of only thirteen State Senators to receive a 100% on their voting record this year. To learn more, click here.

In the wake of redistricting, the newly formed 41st State Senate District will include all of Columbia and Greene counties, as well as Northern Dutchess county and parts of Ulster county.