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Below you will find a number of links and resources to assist you in becoming connected and active within the greater Rochester community. 

They Represent You is compiled for residents of Auburn Hills, Rochester, Rochester Hills and Oakland Township as a complete listing of local, state and national officials and how to contact them. Please click the PDF below to view the entire elected official listing as well as the City Council District Map for Rochester Hills.

They Represent You is prepared as a public service by the League of Women Voters Oakland Area. 

Links to Local Voting Resources

Not sure if you are registered to vote? Visit the Michigan Secretary of State's Voter Information page to verify your registration or find out more on how to register.

Links to Other Legislative Resources & Updates for Businesses

US Chamber of Commerce

The US Chamber advocates for pro-business policies that create jobs and grow the economy. Key issues range from smart tax policy and regulatory relief to legal reform and trade promotion. Visit the link below to see more from the US Chamber on current advocacy issues.

US Chamber of Commerce

Michigan Chamber of Commerce

The primary purpose of the Michigan Chamber is to be a strong advocate for job providers at a state and federal level through legislative, legal and political action. Visiting the Michigan Chamber's Advocacy & Policy page below will provide you with useful updates on current issues and the Michigan Chamber's activities.

Michigan Chamber of Commerce Advocacy & Policy Updates

Michigan Chamber of Commerce

The Detroit Regional Chamber of Commerce's government relations team develops and advocates a pro-business agenda. Visit their webpage to see more information on current and upcoming issues.

Detroit Regional Chamber Advocacy Page

The Michigan Chamber launched this TV Spot to celebrate Michigan's bright future. According to data contained in the Michigan Chamber Foundation's 2013 Michigan Economic Competiveness Study it's clear out economy is on the right track. Over the past two years, Michigan leads all Great Lakes States and exceeds the national average in personal income growth. Employment is up and unemployment is down.

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