Redding Chamber PAC Launches Candidates Academy

Chamber Candidates Academy

Interested in running for elected office, working on a campaign, or on candidate recruitment? Then this program is for you! Whether you’re looking into running for City Council, your County Board of Supervisors, a State Assembly seat, Congress, or are simply interested in the political process and want to get involved, the Redding Chamber Candidate’s […]

Jake’s Takes: Find Out What It Takes to Run for Office

Chamber Candidates Academy

Recently, I shared the summary of a survey in which you, our members, made clear the importance you place on the Chamber’s efforts to help elect business-friendly candidates to office and to provide the information you need on local candidates to make a fully-informed voting decision. I made a commitment to help improve the process […]

End of Session Update: Two Job Killer Bills Sent to Governor

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A California Chamber of Commerce job killer bill that will eliminate an agricultural employee’s right to cast an independent vote in secret union ballot elections and a job killer bill that increases costs and liability on employers in the garment industry passed the Legislature last week and are now headed to the Governor’s desk. A […]

New Poll Shows Small Businesses Turning More Cautious

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Thaddeus Swanek The Q3 2021 MetLife and U.S. Chamber of Commerce Small Business Index (SBI) finds that small business owners are increasingly cautious when it comes to plans for hiring and investing. The poll taken July 16 – 30, 2021, and released this week by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and MetLife also found that […]