Meet the Morro Bay Candidates Event

Written by Estero Bay News

May 4, 2022

The Morro Bay Chamber of Commerce continues efforts to inform voters about candidates and issues for upcoming elections. 

The Chamber’s “Meet the Candidates Mixer,” presented by Estero Bay News, features food and beverage offerings provided by local member businesses Chowa Bowl, Grape Leaf, and Kelsey See Canyon Vineyards. The event takes place at the 2021 Business of the Year Coalesce Bookstore and Garden Chapel on Monday, May 16 from 5:30 p.m.-7 p.m. Space is limited and registration for this event is required. Chamber members must register in advance and may attend free of charge as a benefit of their annual membership dues. Non-members are welcome to register for a fee of $15. 

The Morro Bay Chamber of Commerce works to catalyze business growth, convene community leaders, and champion a strong community. One of the ways they accomplish this mission is by providing a platform through which community members can effectively inform themselves to cast their vote in local elections.

For the upcoming Special Municipal Election on Tuesday,  June 7 the Chamber has invited the two candidates for one city council seat to engage in multiple ways with the electorate. First, the Chamber organized a free and public candidate forum moderated by the League of Women Voters that was held on May 4. Second, the Chamber invited candidates to answer a questionnaire that will be available to all on its website, morrochamber.org, through election day. The third candidate engagement has been designed to provide access to the candidates for Chamber members. 

For more information and to register, go to morrochamber.org/2022-special-municipal-election or contact the Chamber at info@morrochamber.org.

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