WASHINGTON — Twitter and timing, taxes and terrorism all helped make for a lively Governmental Affairs Conference last week in the nation's capital.
CUNA's Twitter campaign fell on the same day lawmakers were finishing up the tax reform bill.
CUNA is leading a “Don’t Take Tax My Credit Union” national online rally with focus on delivering the ‘Don’t Tax’ message to Washington.
Tax reform debate as it pertains to the credit union tax exemption shifted into high gear when bank lobby groups strongly advocated last week for its elimination as Congress mulls tax reform options from various working groups.
Two bank lobby groups strongly advocated last week for its elimination and Congress begins writing tax reform legislation.
As of June 10, more than 1,500 credit unions–about one in four–were actively participating in CUNA’s three-week-old Don’t Tax My Credit Union initiative, according to Richard Gose, senior vice president of political affairs.
Trade group says campaign has generated more than 65,000 messages to Congress in three weeks.
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CUNA’s political team harnessed the power of nice and the credit union member vote in two key races, spending nearly half a million PAC dollars on positive partisan communications that the trade association’s leaders say is the wave of the future.
Rep. Larry Kissell loses to former congressional chief of staffer Richard Hudson in Tarheel State.