4th District Candidate Forum VIDEO
Dan Newhouse and Clint Didier Candidates for 4th District Representative
Each candidate had five minutes to introduce themselves and their platform, three minutes to answer each question, and four minutes for closing remarks.
The questions were;
Do you support plans for new water storage in the Yakima Basin?
2. What is your position on immigration reform?
3. What is your position on Health Care reform?
4. Do you support the Market Access Program, the re-authorization of the Ex-Im Bank, new trade agreements, and other measures to promote U.S. exports?
5. The U.S. has the highest corporate tax rates among major economies, putting U.S. businesses at a disadvantage. What is your position on business tax reform?
6. College affordability is a concern for many families and employers, what is your position on federal student loan programs?
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2014 Ted Robertson Community Service Award
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AND THE WINNERS ARE......
CHAMBER VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR
This award is given to a person from the Chamber Board, Chamber Ambassadors, or Chamber Committees who has gone above and beyond in their commitment to serving our community and the mission of the Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce.
NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION OF THE YEAR
This award is given to an organization that has been outstanding in their service to the Yakima Valley, and has shown exemplary success in achieving their mission.
EMERGINGBUSINESS OF THE YEAR
This award is presented to a newer business that demonstrates a high level of customer service, innovation, focus on quality, and involvement in the community. This award will recognize an organization that has achieved a presence in the business community and has demonstrated consistent and significant growth within the last two years.
MEMBER OF THE YEAR
This award is designed to celebrate an individual or business in the community who demonstrates a commitment to community involvement and promotes the positive spirit of the Yakima Valley. A person or business that excels in community involvement!
BUSINESS OF THE YEAR
This Award recognizes the superior performance of a Yakima Valley business, the strength of the candidate's leadership team, workforce, and the company's history of recognizing and seizing market opportunities and leading the business community.
Government Affairs Committee
The Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce "Government
Affairs Committee" hosts the Washington 15th District Legislative Candidates Forum on August 26th, 2014
Yakima County Auditor Candidate Forum
Greater Yakima Chamber of Commerce - Government Affairs Committee Meeting. Members in good standing are encoraged to attend, 4th Tuesday of the month at noon.