Political Fundraising & Elections
Our political action committee provides credit unions with the opportunity to financially support candidates for Michigan state and local offices who have demonstrated a belief in the principles of the credit union movement. Successful fundraising is the key to continuing our successful support of industry-friendly candidates. Political action committees are governed by a Board of Trustees.
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Members of MCUL-affiliated credit unions who have signed and submitted the 2014 Permission Agreement to the MCUL are eligible to contribute to MCULLAF. (Credit unions may only grant permission for PAC solicitation to one trade association per year).
Up-to-date chapter and credit union results. Plus archived reports for the past several years.
Learn more about fundraising programs you can easily implemented at your credit union or chapter including resources to help you implement and understand the legal considerations of PAC fundraising.
A Stronger Financial Michigan (ASFM), formerly known as CURE, is a bipartisan credit union industry support and defense fund set up to promote the credit union difference and to create funding to defend against anti-credit union political efforts and promote credit union-friendly issues.
Learn about the different state and federal PAC awards that the MCUL & Affiliates offers to our individual credit unions and chapters, including the Gold Star program.
All contributions to MCULAF/MCULLAF are strictly voluntary and are not tax deductible for state/federal income tax purposes. All contributions will be used for political purposes. You have the right to refuse to contribute without any reprisal. Guidelines contained herein are merely suggestions. You may contribute more or less than the guidelines suggest, and MCUL will not favor nor disadvantage you by reason of the amount of your contribution or a decision not to contribute.Go to main navigation