The National Federation of Independent Business New York Political Action Committee Endorses the Martucci Candidacy
(Goshen, NY – September 10, 2020) – Mike Martucci, candidate for the 42nd State Senate District seat, today announced that he has received the endorsement of the New York Political Action Committee of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB-NY) in his effort to unseat incumbent Jen Metzger. NFIB-NY joins a growing list of endorsements for the Martucci campaign.
“As someone who started his own small business at 22 years old with one school bus and my grandmother by my side, I understand the burden New York places on businesses community and I’ll do everything I can to help our local employers grow and thrive,” Martucci said. “As we continue to deal with a global pandemic that has wreaked havoc on our economy, now more than ever we need legislators who will fight for policies that cut taxes, slash bureaucratic red tape and stand with the workers and job creators that will get our economy moving again. I am honored to accept the endorsement of NFIB-NY and I’m ready to fight to make New York a better place to do business.”
About Mike Martucci: Mike is a small businessman who employed hundreds of people locally at his former company, Quality Bus Service, which was responsible for safely transporting thousands of school children each day in and near the 42nd senate district. Mike and his wife Erin own a small family-farm in the Town of Westtown, so he understands the importance of supporting local farmers, and protecting our environment. Mike and Erin established a family foundation to support local women and children in need, educational opportunities, job creation, and agriculture initiatives. Mike and Erin have three children and live in the Town of Wawayanda. Mike earned his MBA and BS at Marist College and graduated with honors from SUNY Orange, he is also a Board member of the SUNY Orange Foundation which provides college scholarships for students. The 42nd state senate district comprises Sullivan county, and parts of Orange, Ulster, and Delaware counties.