Earlier this week, the Grand Junction Area Chamber of Commerce signed on to a letter urging Governor Jared Polis to not waive requirements for in-person signature collection. The state constitution currently prohibits the electronic collection of voter signatures, but Governor Polis can ask the state supreme court to suspend the law. Along with not complying with Colorado law, electronic signature gathering greatly jeopardizes the state’s election process, completely opening the door to voter fraud.


To read the complete letter being sent to Governor Polis, click here.

Chamber Webinar Series Continues with Marketing Advice


WEBINAR: Marketing Advice to Combat an Economic Downturn- Thursday, April 30 at 2:00 PM

In partnership with the Fruita Chamber.

Wondering how to market your business during the economic downturn related to Coronavirus? Consistent, clear communication with your customers is vital.
To register, click here.

Proudly presented in partnership with the Fruita Chamber and Palisade Chamber of Commerce.

For a full schedule of upcoming webinars and catch up on all the previous webinars click here .