The Loveland Chamber of Commerce Advocacy Toolkit is designed to provide you and your business with resources, references and guidelines for effective involvement in the policy making arena. Below you will find a wide assortment of information and tools for you and your employees to utilize. We encourage you to be involved and the easiest way to start is to explore the resources we have made readily available for you!
If you don’t find what you are looking for on this page or you would like more information about the Loveland Chamber’s advocacy efforts, please contact Mindy McCloughan at 970-744-4791 or email her.
How Do I…
The best way to make a difference is to become involved with the process. Here at the chamber we have learned that a lot of people would like to become involved, but just don’t know how. Therefore, we compiled a list of “How do I…?” questions and answers to help you take action.
Just click on one of the following questions and it will take you to your answer.
• How do I get involved?
• How do I register to vote?
• How do I find out about elections in my area?
• How do I find further info about city, county, state & federal government?
• How do I communicate with my elected officials?
• How do I write a letter to the editor?
• How do I testify on issues I care about?
• How do I contact the Loveland Chamber of Commerce Local Legislative Affairs Committee?
PRESENTING!!! - Our Newest Tool for Grassroots Advocacy
The Loveland, Greeley and Fort Collins Chambers of Commerce join forces with The Northern Colorado Legislative Alliance (NCLA) to grant you access to www.NCLAaction.net. Let your voice be herd through this one-stop advocacy program. Here you will be able to make contact with elected officials regarding your comments or concerns about local, state and federal issues. The three chambers and NCLA want you to be informed about upcoming events, membership opportunities and current news stories from your State Capitol and Washington D.C. Take advantage of the important business and government resources that NCLAaction.net has to offer.