Wednesday, September 19, 2012

LeFavour can create jobs


    All across the nation, citizens are continuing the process of choosing who would best represent them in the coming years. Here in Idaho, we have many issues to consider, but one thing is clear: We want representation in Washington, D.C. that reflects our values, and people working diligently on the issues that are crucially important to us. We need an effective leader who is always working for Idahoans, a leader who understands how to solve problems and will help lead our country back to prosperity.
    Nicole LeFavour understands that our nation’s job creators are not only corporations but small businesses and regular working people. Americans create jobs when they can participate fully in the economy—when they can afford to replace a broken washing machine, buy clothes for their children, have the car repaired, eat out at a restaurant or pay a mortgage or college tuition.
    Nicole is dedicated to making banks accountable and enforcing community reinvestment act provisions as well as instituting measures to ensure that communities receive loans and grants for small business development in agricultural processing, technology and manufacturing. “Congress, I think, knows that it could turn the economy around quite quickly, by choosing not just to pay people unemployment benefits, but to put them back to work. … It is not an American value to sit by while good people suffer,” said LeFavour.
    Nicole has served Idahoans in the Statehouse for eight years, working to stop budget cuts that have eliminated thousands of jobs. She cares about working people, families and small businesses. Idaho needs Nicole LeFavour in D.C., because we can do better. Vote for Nicole LeFavour on Nov. 6 for Idaho’s Second Congressional District.
Geoff Wells
Boise




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