LSCU Governmental Affairs Contacts:

Jared Ross
SVP, Association Services
866.231.0545 ext. 1012 


Jason Cochran
Senior Director, Governmental Affairs
866.231.0545 ext. 2159

Blake Westbrook
Political Affairs Manager
866.231.0545 ext. 2164


Jennifer Martin
Director, Governmental Affairs
866.231.0545 ext. 1150

Andy Gonzalez
Political Affairs Manager
866.231.0545 ext. 1010

Jordan Burroughs
Grassroots Coordinator
866.231.0545 ext. 1008

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LSCU Action Center


PAC contributors are those who stand tall for credit unions!


The LSCU Action Center is a one-stop shop for credit union CEOs, staff and volunteers to be involved in the political process. This page and the tabs along the left navigation bar hold all the resources a credit union supporter needs to become an advocate. The My Advocacy page houses current relevant legislation, alerts from the League to take action, and contact information for elected officials. View the My Advocacy page by clicking the button below.

2014 Voter's Guides & Congressional Scorecards

State Leg. Issues Voter's Guides

Congressional Scorecards

My Advocacy

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March 8-12, 2015
Visit our CUNA GAC page for registration and housing information.

I Give Because

By contributing to LSCU PACs, you help ensure that credit union champions are elected to office in Montgomery, Tallahassee, and Washington, D.C. to fight for the issues that matter most to credit unions.

I Give Because
Legislative and Regulatory Agenda
Congressional Scorecard
The Florida legislature is looking at requiring schools to offer a half credit of financial literacy before students can graduate. Credit unions have worked with the House and Senate on the bills. The sponsors, Rep. Heather Fitzenhagen and Sen. Dorothy Hukill, talk about the need for financial literacy and what credit unions can to help get the bills passed.  LSCU & Affiliates Director of Regulatory Advocacy Scott Morris breaks down seven of the most important parts of the update to the Alabama Credit Union Act. Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley signed the legislation in April and it takes affect May 1.