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The Business of Politics!

Updated: Nov 15, 2018



As a business it is important for businesses to educate their employees on how policy, regulation and elected officials may affect their jobs.

As employers you have influence! Employees trust the information they receive from their employers – in fact  65% of them are more likely to vote based on the information received from their employers.

As a Chamber we want to empower businesses to allow their employees a positive experience when exercising their power to vote. Businesses can create an environment where their employees can learn about candidates and issues, encourage discussion and develop educated voters for the benefit of the community. The Chamber is challenging businesses to champion this effort and to embark on a journey of creating power at the polls.

  • There is also a quick sheet of information that can help businesses best navigate the political environment when empowering their employees to go exercise their one our to vote during the election.


ADDITIONAL TOOLS Vote for Jobs  website allows individuals to register to vote, check their registration status, learn about absentee ballots and early voting, and find their polling location. The  2018 Midterm Voter Toolkit  comes complete with signage, posters and pocket cards for you to share with your member companies. 


IMPORTANT DATES

  • Absentee voting (General Election) began Sept. 21st

  • Last Day for Early Voting in Atrium: Nov. 5th from 8:30 a.m. - 4:45 p.m.

  • General Election is Nov. 6th- Polls open 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.

  • Deadline for Absentee Ballots to be in Clerk's office: Nov. 6th by 7:00 p.m.

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