How Your Chamber Can Prepare for the 2022 Election Season
The 2022 election season has many candidates vying to be elected for seats that range from both federal congressional senate seats, the governor, state, county and local elections and everything in between, not including any state or local questions that could be on the upcoming ballots.
In this open discussion zoom meeting (one hour max), we will discuss best practices that your chamber can implement that will show your chamber’s advocacy efforts and provide value and relevancy to your members. The discussion will include candidate forums, small group meetings, memberships, Get Out & Vote campaigns, taking a position on an issue, candidate schools, and tips on how your chamber can prepare.
Please submit any questions that you might have prior to the meeting and you can submit them in the registration or by emailing Ruth. Click here to email Ruth Littlefield with your questions. You will also be able to type in the chat feature any questions as they arise.
Registration is required to receive the zoom meeting link. You can register your staff and volunteers in one registration so we know who to expect on the call.
WHEN: Thursday, May 19, 2022
TIME: 1:00 – 2:00pm
WHERE: Zoom Meeting
COST: No cost to attend
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Chamber President/CEO/Executive Director, staff, volunteer board and committee members
Registration is required to receive the zoom meeting link to connect to the meeting.