AFPI Announces Investigation into the SBA’s Voter Registration Enterprise

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the America First Policy Institute (AFPI) announced that it is investigating the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) partisan voter registration enterprise.

In March, the SBA announced a voter registration agreement with the Department of State in Michigan, a widely recognized swing state in the upcoming presidential election, as part of the Biden Administration’s executive order to weaponize federal agencies for the purpose of voter registration.

“The SBA’s actions to register voters in Michigan under the guise of small business support are a ridiculous use of resources at best and a violation of the Hatch Act at worst,” said Linda McMahon, Chair of the Board and Chair of the Center for the American Worker at AFPI. “We can hope that the SBA will remain nonpartisan in their voter registration efforts but given their focus on a swing state like Michigan, we see no guarantee of that. When I served as SBA administrator, our focus was on empowering small businesses and growing our economy — not blatant electioneering.”

The agreement between the SBA and the State of Michigan may prove to be an illegal use of taxpayer dollars by the Biden Administration in an attempt to win reelection.

AFPI will thoroughly investigate this agreement and promptly share the results of the investigation.

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