NFIB Texas Recognizes Senator Creighton as a Guardian of Small Businesses

“We thank Senator Creighton for his steadfast efforts on behalf of Texas small businesses.”

CONROE (April 24, 2024) – The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the state’s leading small business advocacy group, today named Senator Brandon Creighton the “Guardian of Small Business” at NFIB-owned Bartletts Distillery -small business owner Van Brakin.

“Our members are grateful to Senator Brandon Creighton for his 100% voting record,” Jeff Burdett, NFIB state director said. “Throughout his time in the Texas Legislature, Senator Creighton has consistently championed Main Street, working tirelessly to reduce red tape, lower taxes and strengthen the workforce. Most recently, Senator Creighton served as the Senate sponsor of the Texas Regulatory Consistency Act, a very important measure that makes it easier to do business across the state. We thank Senator Creighton for his steadfast efforts on behalf of Texas small businesses.”

“Texas small businesses are the lifeblood of our communities and the economic engine of the state’s economy,” Senator Creighton said. “Their success fuels our state’s prosperity and embodies the spirit of innovation and resilience that defines Texas. I will always fight to defend Texas job creators – and I appreciate the great work and support NFIB Texas provides.”

Jeff Burdett, NFIB State Director, presents Senator Creighton with the Guardian of Small Business Award.

Senator Brandon Creighton (Conroe) – Senator Brandon Creighton, first elected to the Senate in 2014, represents the citizens of District 4. His efforts during the 2023 legislative session earned him a 100% rating on the House voting record NFIB Texas. A key player in the Senate, Senator Creighton chairs the Senate Education Committee, chairs the Higher Education Subcommittee, and chairs the Business & Commerce and Finance committees. He authored the Texas Regulatory Consistency Act (HB 2127) during the 2023 session and similar reforms in previous sessions. He authored several workforce education bills that NFIB supported and testified for, including the Advanced Career & Education (ACE) grant program.