Advertisements don’t represent MI Chamber

The Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce is not affiliated with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Recent advertisements by that organization regarding the 8th District Congressional race do not represent or reflect any position of the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce.

  • Wednesday, October 8, 2008 6:29pm
  • Opinion

The Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce is not affiliated with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. Recent advertisements by that organization regarding the 8th District Congressional race do not represent or reflect any position of the Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce.

The Mercer Island Chamber has historically declined to endorse specific candidates for public office and it does not have or participate anonymously in political activities through a Political Action Committee or PAC.

Board of Directions/The Mercer Island Chamber of Commerce

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