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In politics, the party that controls Congress usually gets the lion's share of the campaign money.
In advance of the Nov. 2 elections, CUNA is stepping up its grassroots advocacy with what it calls a refined "partisan communication" campaign aimed at bringing more direct involvement by CU members with candidates.
As the fall campaign season kicks into high gear, CUNA's political action committee has $1 million in its coffers for upcoming political activities.
The political action committees of CUNA and NAFCU won some and lost some in yesterday's primary elections.