Over at U.S. News and World Report’s Capital Commerce blog, James Pethokoukis is answering questions this week from Carnival of the Capitalist supporters.
I submitted the following question, about whether the candidates in the U.S. Presidential elections next year will be small-business friendly. Here’s my question:
Small business is a hot segment right now, and in recent elections we’ve seen campaigners go out of their way to show that they are the friend of entrepreneurs and that they support the small-business market. Do you anticipate that the candidates for the 2008 presidential election will heavily court the small-business vote, and have any of them already started doing so?