The Chamber’s Government Affairs arm serves as the region’s advocate for business at the local, state and federal levels, representing the combined clout of over 1,300 plus members in diverse industry sectors throughout the community. The Abilene Chamber works to ensure that pro-business, pro-growth solutions are always included in the political debate. We offer various opportunities for business leaders to become involved in the political process, including forums and briefings with local, state and federal lawmakers.
Do you have an issue regarding local or state government that you think the Chamber needs to know about? Contact Doug Williamson here!
Keeping you informed to the matters that impact your business.
The Abilene Chamber of Commerce recently asked the 2020 candidates for County Commissioner and Sheriff a few questions. The questions come from Chamber leadership and are aligned with the core values of the Abilene Chamber of Commerce. The candidates’ answers are presented here, complete and unedited, for your information. The intent of the Chamber is to arm our members with as much information as possible, which results in informed decisions at the ballot box.