Advocacy & Policy

"By combining our efforts and our voices, we have the ability to make positive things happen in Oklahoma City. The Chamber is our megaphone, and as they continue to fill the needs of our businesses from the legislative perspective, our state and region will continue to grow."

Judy Hatfield
Principal, Equity Commercial Realty

As the voice of the Oklahoma City business community in the halls of government, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber is committed to promoting legislation that will improve our business climate and positively impact Oklahoma’s growing economy.

Throughout the Legislative Session, the Chamber’s Government Relations team actively engages elected officials on important issues and lobbies on behalf of the business community.


Criminal Justice Reform
Greater OKC Chamber Task Force recommendations for reform of Oklahoma County’s criminal justice system.


Chamber Legislative Priorities
Review the policy statements made by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber.


Legislative Scorecard
To keep its members informed on the issues at the State Capitol, the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber releases its Legislative Scorecard every year.

Business Advocacy Center
The Chamber’s Business Advocacy Center is the best resource for staying informed on what’s happening at our state’s capitol. Find contact information for elected officials and information on key business issues. You can also sign up for our Legislative Update e-mails reviewing action taken by the legislature.

Contact Elected Officials
Your opinions and your voice are crucial in influencing the critical decisions of our elected officials.


2021 Public Policy Guide
Our comprehensive guide for the legislative session.


Greater OKC Chamber PAC
The Greater OKC Chamber Political Action Committee (PAC) was organized to better fulfill the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber's mission of creating a more business-friendly environment in Oklahoma.


Be an Informed Voter
Find tools to help educate employees about critical election issues and candidates that affect their future.

For more information, please contact a member of our Government Relations staff.