Make Your Voice Heard
Credit unions' involvement in politics is vital to the growth and success of the movement. For that reason, it is essential that they become actively involved in the legislative process. The Network offers credit unions the opportunity to join a variety of political programs. Become involved today and join the network of credit union individuals dedicated to ensuring that the credit union voice is heard at both the state and nation capitols.
GREAT provides the opportunity to help preserve, protect and promote Minnesota credit unions. By participating in GREAT, your employees and members can effectively build support, reduce obstacles, communicate shared goals with elected officials. Membership and involvement is free and easy.
CU Day at the Capitol
CU Day at the Capitol provides credit unions professionals and volunteers the unique opportunity to learn about legislative issues and meet with elected officials. This important advocacy event forms the foundation for a positive working relationship with legislators throughout Legislative Session. Through education sessions, legislative briefings, keynote speakers and legislative visits, Credit Union Day at the Capitol brings the credit union message to elected officials.
CUNA Governmental Affairs Conference (GAC), the credit union industry’s premier advocacy event returns to Washington, D.C., February 27 to March 3, 2022.
This is our opportunity to unite in telling the credit union difference story to lawmakers and inspire engagement in advocacy year-round.
Hike the Hill provides credit union representatives with an exciting opportunity to meet with federal legislators and talk about top credit union issues, face-to-face, in Washington, D.C. During Hike the Hill visits, credit union professionals and volunteers meet with the entire Minnesota Congressional Delegation and typically visit the NCUA Board, CUNA and/or Credit Union House on Capitol Hill.
With questions about Hike the Hill, contact MnCUN Director of Governmental Affairs Ryan Smith by email or at 651-288-5533.