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Missouri CUs meet with candidates before primary
United CU Marketing Manager Heather DeMint (left) and Troy branch manager Jill Kiel met with State Rep. Ed Schieffer (D) before Missouri’s primary.
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (8/4/08)--Missouri credit unions have been stepping up their political activities in preparation for Tuesday’s primary in the state. Mexico, Mo.-based United CU Marketing Manager Heather DeMint and Troy branch manager Jill Kiel met with State Rep. Ed Schieffer (D) July 9 and discussed the credit union difference and issues, according to the Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) (CourietNet July 30). Crystal Cowan, an accounting clerk with Central Missouri
Crystal Cowan of Central Missouri Community CU, Warrensburg, volunteers at the Johnson County Democratic Headquarters. (Photos provided by the Missouri Credit Union Association)
Community CU, based in Warrensburg, volunteers at the Johnson County Democratic Headquarters, where she has educated both voters and candidates about the credit union difference. Today, St. Louis area credit union staff and volunteers are scheduled to meet with State Rep. Russ Carnahan (D) in St. Louis. Carnahan is a Credit Union Regulatory Improvements Act co-sponsor., said MCUA. Following tomorrow's election, MCUA will send out its bi-annual candidate’s survey on credit union issues to each Republican and Democratic primary winner. Their responses will be published in a future issue of MCUA's newsletter, Missouri Courier.


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