GREEN BAY, Wis. –Today, the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) announced their support for Eric Toney for Attorney General.
Bill Smith, NFIB State Director in Wisconsin released the following statement:
“Eric Toney has a strong commitment toward meeting the challenges of public safety. He will aggressively address the growing challenge of crime on our Main Streets throughout Wisconsin, and has shown a sensible and fair approach toward the enforcement of regulations and laws that impact small and independent business.”
NFIB’s press release can be read here.
Fond du Lac County District Attorney and law enforcement’s choice for Attorney General, Eric Toney, released the following statement:
“I am proud to receive the endorsement of the National Federation of Independent Business. Small businesses are often the very heart and soul of our communities, and I strongly commend all those with the courage, dedication, and commitment to start and run an independent business. As Attorney General, I will protect our small businesses – not only from the threat of violence, theft, and other crime – but also from government overreach. I look forward to working with small businesses across Wisconsin.”
District Attorney Eric Toney has endorsements of over 100 Republican and Democrat Sheriffs, District Attorneys, and Police Chiefs, and has been unanimously endorsed by the Wisconsin Fraternal Order of Police State Lodge, the Milwaukee Police Association, the Kenosha Professional Police Association, Waukesha County Chiefs of Police Association, the West Allis Professional Police Association, the Racine Police Association, the Wisconsin Troopers Association, the Racine Deputy Sheriffs’ Association, and the Milwaukee Police Supervisors Organization.