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Share your stories with legislators at The League's State GAC, Jan. 24

Hear from leading political experts on redistricting and the upcoming 2012 elections during The League's State Government Affairs Conference (GAC), Jan. 24.


Redistricting and reapportionment expert Joe Handrick will discuss the importance of redistricting and its effect on who represents you. Your personal elected officials and those who represent your credit union may have changed and now is the time to learn how, why and what it means for Wisconsin's credit unions.


John Coleman, award-winning University of Wisconsin Political Science Professor & Department Chair, will share his expertise on polling and the upcoming elections in 2012, in the wake of a volatile and unprecedented electoral cycle in Wisconsin.


The 2012 elections will be important as 38 freshman state legislators are looking to keep their seats, and there are open races for both a US Senate seat and the 2nd Congressional District seat currently held by Congresswoman Tammy Baldwin. On top of that, there is a Presidential election. 


It is essential that Activists collectively build relationships with all legislators to ensure credit union policy remains a priority despite legislative changes from redistricting and the upcoming elections. The State GAC is the perfect time to do that.


There are several registration discounts available to help you attend. Young professionals, first-time GAC attendees and Members' Conduit Account Holders can register for just $89 – almost half off the general registration fee! Also, any credit union that is a Payroll Deduction participant as of Jan. 5, 2012 will receive one free registration for their credit union.


Register online today! For more information, contact Sarah Wainscott at (608) 514-0086.

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