As we wake to a tomorrow without Hillary Clinton as our 45th president and wonder what to do, one thing is clear: while our reality has changed, our values have not. We must go on using our entrepreneurial energy, experience and talents to advance the vision of America we share with Hillary Clinton.
The day before the election, the polls remain too close for comfort. Make sure you know your nearest polling location tomorrow, and bring a friend to go vote with you. If they’re still unconvinced to support Hillary at this point, we have one more reason for them — and it’s a big one.
There are two days left until election day, and it’s becoming as real as it gets. Never before in modern political history have we had a presidential contest with such vastly differing candidates. In the Red Corner there’s Donald Trump, who leaves a trail of scandals, racism, sexism, and agoraphobia dating back to the 1970’s. In the Blue Corner there’s Hillary Clinton, who has spent her entire public life tirelessly advocating on behalf of those who need it most. Need more reasons to vote for Hillary Clinton? Today, let’s talk about what she will do for small businesses and entrepreneurs who employ one half of workers in the United States.
With just three days left until election day, the race is tightening. New polling indicates that Trump is just a polling error behind Hillary, so there has never been a more important time to get out the vote. When talking to your friends about this election, we think it’s important to highlight stark differences in how these candidates represent and advocate for women in our country. Read More
As our countdown to Election Day continues, we have only four days left until America votes Hillary into office! Be sure to either vote early, or know where you’re going on Tuesday — find your nearest polling location here. In today’s installment of our Five Days, Five Reasons campaign, we at Entrepreneurs for Hillary are proud to announce reason number four: Immigration Reform.
With only five days left until November 8th, Hillary carries a strong lead in most national polls — but now’s not the time to let our guard down. If you haven’t voted already, be sure to find your nearest polling location, and bring a friend to vote on Tuesday. If they’re still unconvinced and need a reason to support Hillary, we’ll give you five — one per day, until Election Day.
Hillary Clinton’s emails have made another round in the news cycle — but once again she remains undaunted. In the course of an single day, this “scandal” has been thoroughly debunked as a cheap political hack. Here are a few facts that may not have hit your newsfeed: Read More
Hillary knows that we need to alleviate the burdens of starting and running a small business in America. It’s something she’s heard time and time again while listening to entrepreneurs and small-business owners on the trail.
Throughout the campaign, Hillary has visited with more than 100 entrepreneurs across the country to better understand the barriers that are holding them back today—and what solutions they need. She’s been able to incorporate those lessons into smart, sensible public policy proposals. Take a look:
Bike Tech in Cedar Falls, Iowa
Bike Tech is a small bicycle repair shop. Since its founding, Bike Tech has grown and evolved based on customer suggestions, the experiences of Bike Tech staff, and thoughts from their peers in the retail community.
A month into her campaign, Hillary hosted a roundtable at Bike Tech, where a group of entrepreneurs talked about the challenges of getting a business up and running—and how the hardship of balancing student loan debt and start-up costs.
Applying lessons from her visit to her small-business plan:
- Cutting through red tape, because it shouldn’t take longer to start a small business in the United States than it does in Canada or Denmark. Hillary’s plan will offer state and local governments new federal incentives to cut excessive regulations and streamline unnecessary licensing to make it less costly for entrepreneurs to start a small business.
- Hillary’s plan also seeks to boost lending, by easing burdens for community banks and credit unions. The plan allows entrepreneurs to defer student loan payments with no interest while they get their ventures off the ground.