WASHINGTON – If your opponent is Public Enemy Number One, you get to wear the white hat. And you should take advantage of it.

That was the message delivered by credit union officials Monday as they urged CUNA members to increase their political activity this year.

"It's about the big banks," Keith Frederick (pictured), owner of FrederickPolls in Arlington, Va., said at the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference. "It's great to be a candidate campaigning against the big banks."

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