The State of the City Address provides a unique opportunity for the public to hear from new Tempe Mayor Mark Mitchell during what will be his first appearance at the annual event.
The Tempe Chamber is pleased to announce its endorsements for the Nov. 6, 2012 elections. After diligent research, fact-finding and candidate interviews, the following endorsements have been made, each which the chamber believes will have the most positive impact on business.
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce presents State of the District: A Federal Update on Monday, March 12. Join our audience of community, educational, political and civic leaders as Congressman Schweikert shares his vision for the future of our district, state and country.
We at the Tempe Chamber believe the best candidates to represent the business community are Michael Monti for Mayor, and Dick Foreman, Kolby Granville and Corey Woods for City Council.
Washington seems to be stuck in neutral when it comes to some of the most basic responsibilities of government, like reauthorizing core transportation programs or extending key tax provisions. In stark contrast, it is in regulatory overdrive. This administration is churning out significant new rules and regulations at a breathtaking pace—many designed to accelerate an ideological agenda.
The nation is debating some of the most consequential issues of our time. As America’s job creators, businesses must have a voice in the debate. They must be allowed to engage in the political and government contracting processes without being subject to litmus tests or fearing retribution. And they must expect fair and open union organizing rules.
The East Valley Chambers of Commerce Alliance has published the 2011 Legislative Report Card. It rates our state senators and representatives on issues relating to business, and also summarizes bills in the legislature.
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce presents State of the District: A Federal Update with Congressman David Schweikert on March 22. Join our audience of community, educational, political and civic leaders as Congressman Schweikert shares his impressions as a newly elected member of Congress, along with his vision for the future of our district, state and country.
The 2010 elections are finally over, and I feel the great need for a hot, cleansing bath. I don’t know that the political ads were that much more aggressive than in past years, but the unintended consequence of early balloting is that the campaign runs that much longer. In fact, it often felt like a good example of infinity.
The Tempe Chamber of Commerce has announced its endorsements for candidates in the Aug. 24 election of representatives to the State Legislature.
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