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Frisco Chamber of Commerce

What We Do

In order to fulfill the Chamber’s mission statement “to protect and promote commerce,” the Frisco Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs division, along with the Board of Directors, takes a strong and proactive stance on governmental issues. Governmental Affairs at the Frisco Chamber of Commerce is at the forefront of issues not only involving Frisco but the entire North Texas Region.

Over the last two years, the Frisco Chamber has strengthened its presence in Austin meeting directly with state elected officials and discussing issues important to the Frisco business community. The hiring of an Austin-based political consultant further strengthened the Chamber’s presence at the state capital in Austin.

Frisco Government Affairs Mission Statement:

To inform, educate, engage and advocate for the business community regarding relevant public policy.

2019 Legislative Agenda:

Frisco Chamber of Commerce Governmental Affairs and the Chamber Board of Directors have unanimously adopted the 2019 Legislative Agenda. To review the Legislative Agenda, click here to view.

2019 May General Election Results:

Collin College 

Board of Trustees

Place 2
Jay Saad

Place 4
Greg Gomel

Place 5
Raj Menon

Place 6
Stacy Ann Arias

Frisco ISD

Board of Trustees

Place 1
Gopal Ponangi

Place 2
Natalie Hebert

Place 3
Chad Rudy

City Council 


Place 2
Shona Huffman

Place 4
Bill Woodard

In addition, all five bond propositions and 24 city charter amendments on the ballot passed. 

In addition, all five bond propositions and 24 city charter amendments on the ballot passed. 

Mayor Jeff Cheney

Mayor Pro Tem Shona Huffman

Deputy Mayor Pro Tem John Keating

Brian Livingston

Tim Nelson

Will Sowell

Bill Woodard

John Classe

Chad Rudy

Anne McCausland

Debbie Gillespie

Steve Noskin

Rene Archambault

Open seat

Hugh Coleman—Denton County Commissioner

Andy Eads—Denton County Judge

Susan Fletcher—Collin County Commissioner

Chris Hill—Collin County Judge

Texas House of Representatives

Rep. Justin Holland

Rep. Jared Patterson

Texas Senate

Sen. Jane Nelson

Sen. Angela Paxton

Gov. Greg Abbott

P.O. Box 12428
Austin, TX 78711
Phone: (512) 463-2000

Lt. Gov Dan Patrick

P.O. Box 12068
Austin, TX 78711
Phone: (512) 463-0001

Attorney General Ken Paxton

P.O. Box 12548
Austin, TX 78711
Phone: (512) 463-2100

Sen. Ted Cruz

Sen. John Cornyn

Rep. Michael Burgess

Rep. Van Taylor



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