The Chamber advocates for business and community interests through a robust public policy and advocacy program. Our approach includes legislative agenda and issue tracking, a highly engaged public policy committee, regular interaction with local decision-makers and advocates, and special projects. We also publish a voters’ guide during election season to help further business interests at the local, state, and federal levels of government.
One of the Chamber’s top priorities is to advocate for business and community interests with government and local leaders. Learn more about the issues we are currently tracking
In addition to the ongoing legislative advocacy and tracking, the Chamber engages on special projects which affect the business and community. Learn more about the special projects we are following.
Part of the Chamber’s charter and mission is to connect business with the government in meaningful ways. Our annual Voters Guide helps readers identify the candidates and measures that most align with the Chamber’s pro-business mission related to the quality of life in our communities.
2022 Voters Guide
2021 Voters Guide
The Chamber weighs in on many issues annually, and a summary of the past issues may be found here.