• VOTE in 2022

    The Morro Bay Chamber of Commerce is a “Three C’s Chamber” that works to Catalyze business growth, Convene leaders and influencers, and Champion a strong community. One way we champion our Morro Bay community is to provide a platform for all candidates to communicate with the electorate. The information on this page has been provided directly by the candidates on request from the Chamber, asking them to first introduce themselves and their motivation to seek elected office, then to answer four specific questions that address business community concerns. 

    Click the links below to access Candidate Questionnaires geared to equip you with confidence when casting your ballot for local officials in the 2022 election!

    This Fall, the Chamber's Board of Directors considered two Measures on the 2022 Ballot: Measure C-22 and Measure B-22, from the business perspective. 

  • Get to Know the Candidates

    Candidate Forum

    View the October 5th 2022 Candidate Forum moderated by the League of Women Voters on SLO-Span

    Watch on-demand HERE

  • Ballot Measures


    Measure C-22 Support

    Learn more about Yes on C-22.

    Ballot Title: "To improve the quality of education; repair/replace roofs; upgrade and renovate 50 to 60-year-old classrooms, restrooms, and school facilities; provide equity at sites, and make safety/security improvements; shall San Luis Coastal Unified School District’s measure be approved authorizing $349,000,000 of bonds at legal rates, levying an estimated 4.9 cents per $100 of assessed value generating on average $17,970,000 annually while bonds are outstanding, with annual audits, independent citizens’ oversight, NO money for salaries and all funds spent locally."


    Measure B-22 - Neutral

    Learn more about arguments in favor of and opposition to Measure B-22.

    Ballot Title: "Shall the measure, to exclusively fund City of Morro Bay owned harbor infrastructure (such as docks, piers, Harbor Walk, sea walls, public restrooms, revetments, launch ramps) through preventative maintenance and capital improvements, revenues used only for these purposes and unable to be used for any other purpose, providing approximately $680,000 annually, through annual $120 special parcel tax on all parcels of taxable real property, adjusted for inflation, until ended by voters, be adopted."