Oxnard Chamber of Commerce Statement on Support of Lopez Campaign for Mayor of Oxnard

The Oxnard Chamber of Commerce opposed the city council recall election when petitions were being circulated among voters. However, the recall is here. If the current mayor is recalled, we believe the best candidate to succeed him is Miguel Lopez. Miguel is an open-minded champion for Oxnard and would assume office without any preconceived agendas,” the chamber announced Thursday, March 15, 2018.

The Oxnard Chamber of Commerce is a business organization with members throughout Ventura County. An elected board of directors governs the Chamber. A professional staff handles the day-to-day operations of the organization.

The Chamber’s mission is to represent business interests and advocate public policies that promote a healthy economy. The mission is accomplished through legislative involvement, networking events, and numerous other programs and services that are offered.

The goal of the Oxnard Chamber of Commerce is to promote the business and economic well-being of our diverse community to benefit enterprises, big and small, through advocacy, services and education, business exposure, and promotional opportunities. The Chamber values the quality of life in our community and encourages economic vitality.

Every year since 2010, the Oxnard Chamber has been awarded the California Chamber of Commerce’s President Circle Award for outstanding achievement and helping business comply with California Labor Laws.

In 2011, the Oxnard Chamber was awarded the prestigious California Chamber of Commerce’s coveted Political Partnership Award.  The award recognized the Oxnard Chamber’s assistance with a highly contested primary election for the 37th Assembly District.


Represent the interest of business with government

Encourage a strong local economy

Promote the community

Advocate political action

Provide promotional opportunities and networking

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