Government Advocacy

The Chamber serves as the voice of its members on key legislative and regulatory issues in Northern Kentucky, Frankfort and Washington D.C. Each year, we identify legislative issues affecting our members. Once issues are identified, policy development committees analyze and evaluate the issues and the potential impact on businesses. As a member, there are many opportunities to access legislators and key government officials, to get involved and build relationships.


The Voice of Business in NKY

Join us in bridging the gap between business and government by attending one of our signature events:


Business/Government Exchange

Travel to Peer Regions to learn new ideas to bring back to NKY.


Eggs ‘N Issues

Monthly breakfast forum features a topic and keynote speaker providing inside and timely information regarding regional issues.


Government Forum

Lunch with local, state and national governmental leaders to hear discussions on key issues affecting businesses.


NKY Day/Night in Frankfort

Members travel to Frankfort and meet one-on-one with legislators to advocate for issues and projects critical to economic development and business growth.


Get Involved with One of Our Committees

Be a part of the Chamber’s policy-making process by joining one of our Advocacy Policy Committees. The Voice of Business in NKY


Northern Kentucky Consensus Committee

In 1989, members of the Northern Kentucky Caucus asked that our region develop a prioritized list of capital projects that they could take to Frankfort and lobby for on our behalf. Prior to that, every city, county, and organization tended to only work on their own projects which put us at a disadvantage relative to other parts of the state. From this request, the Northern Kentucky Consensus Committee was formed. Since then, every other year, prior to the budget session of the Kentucky General Assembly, the NKY Consensus Committee has solicited input to identify and prioritize capital construction projects for the area represented by the Northern Kentucky Area Development District.  

To submit an application for a capital project: click here to download the PDF, open the file in Adobe Reader, use the Fill & Sign Tool to fill out the requested information, and send the completed file to Kristin Baldwin at Applications are due on Monday, August 21st.


Learn More about Our Government Advocacy

To learn more about how Advocacy activities at the NKY Chamber can support your organization, contact Kristin Baldwin, VP of Public Affairs & Communication at

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