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October 9, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

Screening the Candidates

Still have questions about where the candidates for Governor and the 5th congressional district stand on the issues? Want to be a political insider without going outside…or even leaving your couch? (No judgement.) We’ve taken the 2020 HobHob virtual, making your screen the scene of a couple of socially-distanced showdowns, again…

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September 25, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

Tick Tock

No, we’re not talking about spamware dance challenges. We’re noting that time keeps ticking away towards Election Day – 39 days now, and just over a week until voter registration ends and early voting begins. It’s time for action, and we have some reminders and ideas for you later in…

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September 18, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

Class Is In Session: IPS School Board Elections

We’re now less than 50 days until Election Day, November 3rd – and before you can say “virtual learning pods,” early voting will be underway (starting October 6th, the day after Indiana’s voter registration deadline). A couple of weeks ago, we announced our Business Advocacy Committee…

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September 4, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

Holcomb Has Our BAC

Holcomb has our BAC We kicked off the first week of September by announcing 2020 candidate endorsements from our Business Advocacy Committee (BAC) – the political arm of your Indy Chamber.  As we mentioned last time, the Committee has spent a lot of (socially-distanced) time interviewing candidates, discussing the issues…

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August 31, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

RELEASE: Indy Chamber’s Business Advocacy Committee endorses Governor Holcomb for re-election

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 31, 2020   Indy Chamber’s Business Advocacy Committee endorses Governor Holcomb for re-election, bipartisan group of state legislative candidates   (INDIANAPOLIS, IN) – The Indy Chamber’s Business Advocacy Committee (BAC) – the political arm of the region’s largest business and economic development organization – today…

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August 28, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

The Choice is Yours

With a nod to the Black Sheep’s 1991 classic, elections are about choices – and there are plenty of big issues on the ballot this year, from Washington DC to the Statehouse on West Washington Street. It’s been sweltering out this week, but we can report that your Indy Chamber…

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May 1, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

Tryin’ to make a dollar out of 15 cents (a dime and a nickel)

From state and local revenues to business bottom lines, the fiscal fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic is all around us. For quite some time, we’ll all be trying to stretch scarce resources and manage through tough circumstances. Helping local employers – and our policy priorities – survive the economic crunch…

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April 23, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

Metro Chambers Support Midwest Coordination on Reopening Economy

Chambers Across the Midwest and Great Lakes Region Unite in Support of Coordinated Reopening of Economy “Businesses throughout the Midwest and Ohio River Valley are anxious to get back to work while maintaining the wellbeing of our workforce and communities. Successfully combatting COVID-19 will require aggressive, collaborative action among governments,…

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March 27, 2020 Courtney Smallwood

All in together now

A track from RZA and Wu-Tang delivers the perfect message for this week: We’re in this together, all with a part to play – it will take unprecedented public-private collaboration to tackle the coronavirus crisis, a health challenge unlike any we’ve ever faced before. As a business community, we’ve rallied…

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March 16, 2020 Joe Pellman

Indy Chamber Remarks on COVID-19 to Indianapolis City-County Council

INDIANAPOLIS – Below are remarks given by Indy Chamber President Michael Huber at the March 16, 2020 Indianapolis City-County Council meeting: “Nearly 85% of Indy Chamber members are small businesses, and as we prioritize the health of our community, we must also prioritize the health of our local economy. With…

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