LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), a non-profit, nonpartisan and member-driven organization that advocates for small and independent business owners, has endorsed Sam Peters for Nevada’s Fourth Congressional District. 

NFIB State Director Randi Thompson shared the following statement: 

“As a small business owner and NFIB member, Sam Peters understands firsthand the

struggles our members are facing with rising product and labor costs, high gas prices, job

openings that go unfilled, and a lack of qualified labor. He will take this understanding to

Congress where he will look out for small businesses and be a fighter for entrepreneurs,”

Peters had this to say about the endorsement: 

“Business owners face enormous challenges to thrive amidst the stifling inflation and bureaucratic red tape caused by federal overregulation. The current administration is imposing a politicized agenda upon our business industries, and NFIB plays a vital role in standing up to the oppressive tactics of Biden’s extreme Left policies.

I am honored to have the full support of NFIB and its members and I look forward to collaborating with NFIB members to defend small businesses against the incompetent leadership that continues to threaten the vital entrepreneurs who are the backbone to our national economy.”


About Sam Peters

Sam is the Owner of Peters Family Insurance, a three time “Best of Las Vegas” risk management firm. Prior to settling in Las Vegas, Sam spent two years as a field manager for a Fortune 500 company where he led thirty-one storefronts as a business consultant executing nearly $100M in annual revenue.

Sam retired as a Major from the United States Air Force in 2013 after spending time in Afghanistan, Iraq, Panama, Korea and various installations in the United States over a career that spanned more than twenty years. 

He earned a Bronze Star for his efforts in Afghanistan and was consistently recognized as #1 among his highly efficient and competent peers.
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