Securing North Carolina’s future is an ambitious goal that requires ongoing work and attention. Through the North Carolina Chamber Foundation, we have a roadmap for how to get there, and the North Carolina Chamber advocates every day for policies to strengthen our business climate and drive economic prosperity.
But our members know this isn’t enough. To preserve the progress our state has made, we need to recruit, support, and elect courageous leaders who will stand up for North Carolina’s jobs creators.
The North Carolina Chamber Voter Education program is the statewide business community’s political arm and the enforcers who work every day to preserve and grow the bipartisan Business Caucus in the General Assembly. Our members want to hold lawmakers accountable to the North Carolina job creators and workers they serve, and the Voter Education program gives them the ability to do just that. Through publications like How They Voted, the NC Chamber Voter Education program informs employers, employees, and voters across our state on North Carolina’s Jobs Agenda and how their legislators acted when given the chance to stand up for the business community.
In these hyper-partisan times and in a battleground state like North Carolina, this work is more important than ever. The NC Chamber Voter Education program doesn’t focus on party affiliations or political factions. We’re in this fight to bring good jobs to our state, and we need your help to secure North Carolina’s future. Your investment in the NC Chamber Voter Education program will fund critical initiatives and programs to hold lawmakers on both sides of the aisle accountable to the people they serve.
Contact us today to learn more about how you can support the NC Chamber Voter Education program.
North Carolina Chamber Names Cole Hughes New Political Director Seasoned Political Operative Joins State Chamber of Commerce to Advance Pro-Jobs Agenda RALEIGH, N.C. – The North Carolina Chamber announced today that Cole Hughes has joined the org...