Following the Oxnard Chamber’s candidates’ forum on March 8, its political action committee met to discuss what they heard at the forum and what they knew about the candidates.
“The Oxnard Chamber of Commerce opposed the city council recall election when petitions were being circulated among voters. However, the recall is here. If the current mayor is recalled, we believe the best candidate to succeed him is Miguel Lopez. Miguel is an open-minded champion for Oxnard and would assume office without any preconceived agendas,” said Chamber CEO Nancy Lindholm.
The Chamber’s mission is to represent business interests and advocate public policies that promote a
healthy economy. The mission is accomplished through legislative involvement, networking events,
and numerous other programs and services that are offered.
The goal of the Oxnard Chamber of Commerce is to promote the business and economic well-being of
our diverse community to benefit enterprises, big and small, through advocacy, services and
education, business exposure, and promotional opportunities. The Chamber values the quality of life in
our community and encourages economic vitality.
The special recall election will be held May 1. Voters will be asked if Mayor Flynn, Mayor Pro Tem Ramirez, Councilmember Perello and Councilmember Madrigal should be recalled. After voters choose “Yes” or “No” for each incumbent they are asked to vote for a replacement candidate for each office.