Entrepreneurship

Whether one opposes or supports public policies that encourage entrepreneurs and spurs entrepreneurship.


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    Chesapeake is a city coming up I believe that new ideas and new businesses are the way to lead us to a strong economic growth my focus will be on small business development and expansion and helping those who want to start a business be successful I also plan on fixing the Chesapeake square malls economic problems in order to tap into its great potential.

    Luis F Padilla

    CIty Council,
    Chesapeake, Virginia

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    As your councilperson, I will develop they city’s residents ability to increase their economic opportunities and earning potential; by making education more accessible, vocational training more accessible, better paying jobs more available, holding small business workshops routine, and ensuring that a person’s hard work will pay by holding everyone accountable for their actions.

    Abel Laeke

    City Council,
    Aurora, Colorado

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    Hemco A. Patharkar

    City Council-at-Large,
    Reidsville, North Carolina

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    I fully support public policies favoring entrepreneurship. There is a lot that states can do... take Indiana for example. The Indiana Economic Development Corporation, with Governor Holcomb's support, secures angel & venture capital firms and manages the Venture Capital Investment tax credit.

    Adam H. Berry

    Committeeman,
    Carmel, Indiana

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