Representatives from five Portland-area credit unions joined your Association Monday at the Better Future Awards Luncheon sponsored by Rep. Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR-1). The congressperson honored three community organizations for making a positive difference providing educational, business, and healthcare opportunities. Bonamici spoke of a “future where our nation and our world are at peace and where […]
Leaders from nine credit unions came together for a Credit Union Town Hall with Rep. Suzanne Bonamici at First Tech this week. The Congresswoman, back in the district until late November after Congress adjourned last week, updated credit union leaders on her experiences as a new members of Congress over the past eight months.
The Association is hosting an hour-long town hall discussion with credit union champion Suzanne Bonamici at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at First Tech Federal Credit Union.
Freshman Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici (OR-1) added her name to the co-sponsor list for a bill that would allow the NCUA to authorize supplemental capital for well-managed credit unions and count it toward net worth.
Portland’s mayor is seeking input on a Responsible Banking Resolution, which recommends Oregon credit unions be allowed to accept public funds. Meanwhile, Rep. Suzanne Bonamici will be sworn in today and continues to emphasize raising the MBL cap.
Suzanne Bonamici won the Oregon 1st District House seat in Tuesday’s special election with the support of the NWCUA and volunteers from Oregon credit unions. Among her “top priorities,” she says, will be raising the credit union MBL cap.
Northwest credit unions continued to support Suzanne Bonamici in her bid for Oregon’s 1st Congressional District at Monday’s rally to reach voters.
The NWCUA announced its backing of Rep. Suzanne Bonamici in the race to fill Oregonâ€™s vacated Senate seat. The Association is now working to further support Bonamiciâ€™s campaign by providing volunteers leading up to the Jan. 31 special election.
Sen. Suzanne Bonamici and Republican Rob Cornilles won their respective primaries by wide margins in Oregonâ€™s special House election. The two will now square off in a general election on Jan. 31, 2012.
The NWCUA has announced that it will support Suzanne Bonamici in the race to fill the Oregon House seat left vacant by David Wuâ€™s August resignation. Bonamici currently represents District 17 in the Oregon State Senate.