Your Voice In Public Policy
The Government Relations division of the Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce works to enhance the business environment in the Greater Lansing region by advocating for pro business legislation and policy.
The Lansing Regional Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee (LRC-PAC) encourages you to make a difference in your community by running for office or serving on a volunteer board. This year, many Greater Lansing communities will be considering candidates for mayor, council, clerk and treasurer. The terms of office for these municipalities are provided for in the operating charter. Contact your local Clerk for more details. As the success of the City of Lansing and the City...
Business leaders and local and state elected officials in the Greater Lansing region had an opportunity discuss their vision for the region during a forum on May 20 sponsored by the Lansing Regional Chamber Political Action Committee (LRC-PAC) “This forum represented an opportunity for elected officials to engage and interact with business leaders in the region,” said Kristin Beltzer, senior vice president for government relations and public affairs for the Lansing Regional...
Local elections, led by the race for Mayor of Lansing and four seats on the Lansing City Council, will highlight the agenda for the Lansing Regional Chamber Political Action Committee (LRC-PAC) in 2013. The LRC-PAC is expected to be actively involved in endorsing and providing financial support in several key races. LRCC is also working closely with business leaders that have been serving as part of Mayor Virg Bernero’s Financial Health Team. That group...