Troy, MI — Today the Martin Howrylak for State Representative campaign announced that Martin Howrylak has received the endorsement of the National Federation of Independent Businesses (NFIB) in his re-election campaign.
“After a careful review of the candidates we have found that Representative Howrylak has a keen understanding of the problems facing family businesses and their employees,” said NFIB Michigan State Director Charles Owens. “We wish
Martin success in the upcoming election and we look forward to continue working with him in the Michigan legislature.
“I am proud to stand with our Main Street and small businesses to fight for economic growth and freedom,” said Howrylak. “At a time when the cost of doing business is increasing because of costs associated with complying with burdensome regulations and high taxes, it is more important than ever that we stand together to make sure our voice is heard in Lansing. We have to fight for both more responsible and more responsive government, so that we can continue to get our economy back on track.”
NFIB issued the endorsement for both the 2014 primary and general election.
The primary election will be held on August 5th and the General Election on November 4th. Martin Howrylak was born and raised in Troy. He is the current state representative of the 41st district, served as a city councilman in Troy from 2000-2011 and is a certified public accountant (CPA). For more information about Martin Howrylak please visit: www.martinhowrylak.com.