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From grassroots organizing and coalition building, lobbying, and
engaging in political campaigns, the Chamber is making Turlock a
better place to live, work, and do business. In the past few
years, the Turlock Chamber has held candidate forums, endorsed
candidates and issues, and created a Political Action Committee
and a Ballot Measure Committee. The Turlock Chamber's goal is to
foster a positive business environment.
Grassroots and Coalition Building
The Turlock Chamber works with local groups and business leaders
to provide a network of advocacy on behalf of Turlock business
and to gain valuable insight into the issues. Sometimes, a
specific issue demands action through the creation and
development of a broad-based coalition and the Chamber supports
our business leaders and community with such coalition building
The Chamber's CEO and leaders from our membership work together
through the various committees to monitor, to draft, and to
review public policy. The Turlock Chamber policy guides the
Chamber's legislative advocates as they lobby on matters that
concern Turlock business. If appropriate, the Chamber provides
directly lobbying efforts on behalf of key issues facing our
community and our business leaders.
The Turlock committees provide invaluable support to the
Chamber's Board of Directors in the development of the Chamber.s
positions on candidates and ballot measures.
The Government Relations Committee services as the Chamber's
Ballot Measure Committee with the charge to review critical
issues facing the Chamber and its members and to take critical
stands on those issues.
The Political Action Committee is charged with creating and
implementing strict procedures for the endorsement and support
of candidates seeking public office in the Central Valley and
the State of California.
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