As a sixth generation farmer, Sam Graves is the first Republican Chair of the House Small Business Committee who has real world experience running a small business.
Steve Chabot knows that small businesses have been, and will continue to be, the engines that drive job creation in America. Chabot understands that Congress must act to alleviate the onerous burdens that have stalled small business job creation.
Steve King knows that we must unleash the entrepreneurial spirit of the American people to encourage sustainable growth and get our economy back on track.
Mike Coffman started and ran his own business for over 17 years; he knows firsthand that small businesses are the engines that drive our economy, and we can't put an end to this recession without them.
Blaine Luetkemeyer owned and operated a banking and insurance small business. Blaine has also served as a bank regulator for the state of Missouri. He returns to the Committee after serving in the 111th Congress and will serve as Vice Chairman for the 113th.
Small businesses are an essential part of our economic recovery; Mick Mulvaney is committed to serving as a leading voice for those businesses and against harmful government regulations and mandates.
Scott Tipton is committed to addressing critical small business issues, cutting government waste and keeping taxes low so entrepreneurs and employers can do what they do best – create jobs.
Jaime Herrera Beutler knows that small businesses are the heart of our economy. She is committed to helping small businesses survive, grow and thrive.
With over three decades of experience as a small businessman, Congressman Hanna knows how vital it is to foster an environment where small businesses can thrive.
Congressman Huelskamp will fight for a pro-growth agenda for rural Kansas through the wide range of policies and activities of the Committee – agriculture, taxes, health care, regulation, trade, and energy.
David Schweikert founded a small real estate business at a young age. As a small businessman he knows that we must free small businesses of harmful government regulations and red tape to create jobs.
As a small business owner and farmer, Kerry Bentivolio knows what it takes for small businesses to succeed. He will fight to keep taxes low and to simplify our tax code.
Chris Collins is a successful small businessman with 36 years in the private sector, saving and creating hundreds of good paying jobs. Chris will also use his experience as Erie County Executive to ensure that government is efficient and accountable to our country’s small business job creators.
Tom Rice will use his experience as a tax attorney, CPA and businessman to implement policies to spend fewer taxpayer dollars and create an environment where small businesses can grow.
Minority Committee Members