Dayton leaders connect with local legislators

Published by: Jared Weiser

September 7, 2022 | Government Affairs

Perhaps there is nothing more local and community-based than credit unions, Statehouse legislative leaders, and Minor League baseball. Recently, the League connected all three to promote community advancement, Main Street success, and Movement growth and reach at Day Air Ballpark during a Dayton Dragons game. Dayton-area Movement leaders discussed the ways Ohio credit unions serve as financial first responders and how financial cooperatives can do more to foster financial well-being and advance communities with Dayton-area legislators Senator Steve Huffman (R-Tipp City), Senator Niraj Antani (R-Miamisburg), Rep. Brian Lampton (R-Beavercreek), and Rep. Andrea White (R-Kettering). By working together with local legislators, credit unions can further promote, protect, and preserve the ability to build stronger communities and provide greater member service.

Reach out to League Legislative Affairs Director Jared Weiser for help in telling your credit union’s story to local legislators.

Contact Jared Weiser for questions or assistance.

Jared Weiser
Jared Weiser Director, Legislative Affairs E: jweiser@ohiocul.org
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