With less than a year to go before the 2014 midterm elections, credit union trade organizations are focusing their attention on key Senate races.
CUNA and NAFCU both throw their support behind credit union supporters like Sen. Mark Udall (D-Colo.) and Sen. Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.).
Perhaps it’s the lack of teleprompters or the relatively small room, but this year’s NAFCU Congressional Caucus provided intimate, and at times revealing, speeches from lawmakers.
This year’s NAFCU Congressional Caucus provided intimate, and at times revealing, speeches from lawmakers.
Legislative machinations over housing finance, expressions of credit union support and some personal touches marked NAFCU's caucus on Tuesday.
NAFCU session on Tuesday features back-and-forth as well as speeches.
Two congressmen with records of backing bills that would benefit credit unions added to NAFCU rostrum roster.
California Democrat Maxine Waters to replace Barney Frank as panel's ranking minority party member. Texan Hensarling to chair.
When Rep. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) was a board member at Heritage Trust FCU, he and his colleagues were focused on expanding the reach of the credit union and seeing how it could best serve its members.
For a dozen years, I’ve attended events like NAFCU’s Congressional Caucus and CUNA’s Governmental Affairs Conference. Every year, wise members of Congress play to their audience, smile and shake hands. If there were babies there to kiss at a credit union conference, they’d be doing that too. Politicians stay politicians...