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DES MOINES — Amidst all of the excitement underway over the Jan. 3 Caucus, Iowa credit union volunteers and staffers, led by a contingent from the AARP, have been playing an active role in promoting financial education to the presidential candidates at campaign stops.

“Let me tell you those credit union people have been wonderful to work with since the financial education is so very much on their agenda,” said Pete Jeffries, AARP’s senior campaign coordinator and Iowa head of the “Divided We Fail” project promoting money management and financial literacy.

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