Government Affairs

Government Affairs

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Government Affairs for Wisconsin's Credit Unions

Giving Members a Voice Through Advocacy

The League represents credit unions, delivers advocacy solutions and engages public officials.

Along with credit union Activists, we advance pro-credit union legislation, prevent legislation that is harmful, and cultivate healthy relationships with policymakers to ensure they understand the value of credit unions so they can act to enhance, protect and preserve credit unions as a resource for consumers.

Attend the CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference...and HYPE!

From Feb. 25-March 1 you can meet face-to-face with federal lawmakers who affect the legislation and regulations which, in turn, affect your operating environmentLearn more >>

Your League will again host an exclusive program during the CUNA GAC to benefit first-time attendees and Young Professionals - HYPE. Read more about HYPE from prior participants from UnitedOne Credit Union and Sheboygan Area Credit Union.


Take Action

Grassroots Action Center

The Grassroots Action Center highlights certain legislative priorities at the state and federal level.  Activists can use the Action Center to draft their own messages (or edit and send prewritten messages) promoting credit unions to policymakers, find information on legislation and legislators and share Action Alerts with colleagues, friends and family.

Taking action using the alerts featured here is one way to illustrate the strength of the credit union movement. Inviting legislators to visit credit unions, in-school branches, chapter meetings and annual meetings as well as you visiting their district or capitol offices are all ways to continue the conversation about the value and social responsibility of Wisconsin's credit unions.

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Amplify Your Voice

Political advocacy helps keep credit union-friendly elected officials in office - or helps elect new ones - to promote positive credit union legislation, and protect credit unions from unnecessary regulatory burden and potentially harmful legislation.

Whether it's fundraising, attending an event, or simply telling your story, there are plenty of ways to make a difference.

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Fundraising opportunities >>

Stay Informed

Activist Program

Activists are credit union supporters - staff, volunteers, members and others - who work in concert with The League to protect and grow the credit union movement in our state. Activists receive support from The League, including publications, communication materials and training opportunities that advance your involvement in credit union activism.

Sign up to be an Activist and then check out our Activist Involvement page to learn how you can begin sharing the credit union difference.

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