Crashers will attend GAC sessions, connect with other credit union enthusiasts, attend mentor sessions, and advocate for credit unions with legislators.
Governor Little and legislative leadership will meet with more than 100 Idaho advocates to learn more about the CU Difference.
Credit unions’ priority legislation is already “in the hopper” as the 116th Congress and Idaho, Oregon, and Washington legislatures gavel in.
Idaho Senator Mike Crapo, the sponsor of the historic S. 2155, discusses “must-pass” legislation for this session with NWCUA.
Your Association was on hand for the swearing in and kept credit union priorities top of mind.
Adamack will join the Washington Credit Union Movement’s grassroots army in making lawmakers aware of credit union priorities.
Fundraising Begins in the Northwest for National Awareness Open Your Eyes to a Credit Union Initiative
NWCUA sets three-year, $8 million, and 100 percent participation goal for the Northwest.
Kathleen Kraninger takes the reins at the bureau for a five-year term.
Registration is now open for NWCUA’s Credit Union Day at the Capitol events in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Young credit union professionals invited to apply before Nov. 30 deadline.
Forty candidates backed by credit unions retained or won seats in the Nov. 6 elections.
Governor Kate Brown will serve her first official term, after defeating State Representative Knute Buehler.
Election results were positive for credit union-supported candidates in Washington overall, and at the federal level.
Credit unions took to social media, personal email, and used NWCUA and CUNA resources to reach consumers.