Pro credit union candidates posted strong showings in the Northwest. We broke down how your support translated at the ballot box, and how that advocacy will continue.
Legislature begins long session under Supreme Court contempt order; will tackle taxes, education and transportation issues.
Credit-union-backed candidates won more than 90% of their elections nationally, with even higher numbers in Oregon and Washington.
Political Handicapper Charlie Cook to speak at Amplify about upcoming midterm elections, the 2016 presidential landscape and the gridlock in D.C.
The Washington State Senate is in flux after two Senate Democrats announced plans to align with the other side of the aisle to create a new 25-24 Republican majority, creating division within the Senate and a possible change to the Senate’s permanent rules and governance structure.
Credit unions fared well in Tuesday’s election, with the majority of credit union-supported candidates in the Northwest claiming victory.
This Washington legislative update explains the current status of the newly-proposed Washington congressional districts.