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Political Action Committee

Security Service has always defined industry leadership by more than just size and market share.  Our internal measures of success extend to corporate responsibility, volunteerism, and participation in the communities we serve. This culture of service starts at the top of our ranks and extends down through our Volunteer Corps of hundreds of employees.

Security Service Federal Credit Union Political Action Committee (SSFCUPAC)

50+ Years Of Service Excellence

The Security Service Federal Credit Union Political Action Committee (SSFCUPAC) was formed to provide Security Service with a voice in the political arena to influence issues that directly impact the financial industry.

Our PAC provides financial support to the campaigns of elected officials and candidates. Our participation ensures that we remain strong, competitive, and able to offer you convenience, competitive rates, and quality products and services.

The non-partisan SSFCUPAC supports individuals and organizations interested in activities important to Security Service and the credit union industry. Initially, the SSFCUPAC was funded solely by voluntary contributions from Security Service employees. To continue participating in the political process, we ask members to support the SSFCUPAC*.

As a member, you may contribute to the PAC on an annual or recurring basis. Your contribution of any amount will help ensure the continued viability of your credit union. Together, we can maintain an influential political action committee and support our elected officials and those seeking office. They can help us ensure Security Service and the credit union industry continue to offer financial solutions for you and your family, now and in the future.

For more information on SSFCUPAC, see our FAQs below. 

 

For information on how to contribute, click here for a contribution form, contact our 24/7/365 call center at 1.888.415.7878, or visit any of our locations.

Thank you in advance for your help and consideration.

 


Security Service PAC FAQs

 

What is the SSFCUPAC?

The Security Service Federal Credit Union Political Action Committee (SSFCUPAC) was formed to assist the credit union in more actively participating in legislative affairs that directly impact the credit union industry.

 

Who does the SSFCUPAC support?

The SSFCUPAC is non-partisan and supports individuals and organizations at the state and national levels that support issues and initiatives important to Security Service and the credit union industry.

 

Why is a political action committee necessary?

The American Bankers Association has established a nationwide campaign designed to impose severe limits at the state and federal levels on our ability to improve service to our members. In addition, they intend to impose additional regulations and income taxes on credit unions. Credit unions are, by law, exempt from such taxes as not-for-profit financial cooperatives. If successful, the banking industry could severely limit our ability to provide members with the products and services they want and deserve. To effectively combat these attacks and keep our industry viable, we need to maintain constant contact and provide support to our elected officials. 

  

What is the political action committee's purpose?

The SSFCUPAC gives us a voice in the legislative arena and provides us with the ability to influence issues that directly impact our industry. This is made possible by contributing to the campaigns of elected officials and candidates that support credit union issues and initiatives.

 

Why doesn't Security Service support the PAC by charging a service fee or by using corporate funds?

The Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) and many state statutes prohibit corporations from using their general treasury funds to make contributions in connection with federal and state elections. Campaign contributions for federal and state candidates are limited to individual, personal contributions, and those from Political Action Committees.

*The Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA) and state statutes in Texas and Colorado prohibit corporations from using their general treasury funds to make contributions in connection with federal and state elections. Campaign contributions for federal and state candidates are limited to individual, personal contributions, and those from Political Action Committees.