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GREAT FALLS, Mont. — Arguing grass-roots advocacy needs a stronger boost, CUNA is revving up its campaign schools at the state league level, signing up several new groups to conduct more of the educational seminars on fundraising and campaign organizing targeted toward office-seekers.

“We are hopeful that our newest efforts will pay big dividends in the long haul when these individuals, whether running for the county commission, the state senate or City Council, will remember credit unions as helping them out at a crucial moment in their political career,” explained Richard Gose, senior vice president of political affairs.

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