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St. George Area Chamber of Commerce

Public Policy

In order to more effectively serve our members and the broader business community, the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce relaunched its public policy efforts to advocate for pro-business, pro-community policies that foster entrepreneurship and job creation. We believe that the economic engine of the St. George Area propels an increased quality of life and the chamber stands a voice of reason, concern and advocacy on behalf of our members. The chamber actively advocates at the local, state and federal levels of government. A list of the chamber’s position on key issues is released annually, prior to the legislative session.

The Chamber Votes Initiative:

In an effort to ensure that the voice of businesses in the St. George area are heard by elected officials and candidates for office, the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce launched it’s Chamber Votes Initiative in January 2020. This initiative aims to inform business decision makers through educational events such as debates, interviews, reports and more. 

Our first lineup of events include zoom interviews with GOP candidates for Governor and other races. Following the primaries, the Chamber will extend debate invitations to the general election candidates for governor, legislature and municipal races. 

Candidate Conversations with GOP Candidates


St. George Area Chamber of Commerce Candidate Conversation with GOP Candidate Thomas Wright.

St. George Area Chamber of Commerce Conversation with GOP Gubernatorial Candidate Spencer Cox.

St. George Area Chamber of Commerce Candidate Conversation with GOP Candidate Greg Hughes.

St. George Area Chamber of Commerce Candidate Conversation with GOP Candidate Jon Huntsman.


 

Public Policy Events:

Annually, the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce sponsors breakfast forums with our mayors and city councils, the Washington County Commission, and state legislators.