Rep. Poliquin Visits Credit Union in Fort Kent, Works in Congress to Support Credit Unions Across Maine
FORT KENT – Today, Congressman Bruce Poliquin (ME-02), a strong supporter of Maine’s credit unions and a member of the House Financial Services Committee, visited Acadia Federal Credit Union (FCU) to meet and speak with employees. Today’s visit comes on International Credit Union Day.
“I am so pleased for this opportunity to visit Acadia FCU today and to meet with some of the hardworking Mainers that serve our local communities and families,” said Congressman Poliquin. “Accessible credit is the lifeblood of our small businesses and is critical to so many families throughout our State. In Congress, I’m doing everything I can to help our local community credit unions grow, expand, and create a better business climate in Maine."
John Murphy, President of the Maine Credit Union League, remarked, “We are very pleased that Congressman Poliquin continues to support Maine credit unions by visiting credit union branches throughout the Second District. During his time in Congress, Congressman Poliquin, as a member of the House Financial Services Committee, has been an outspoken advocate on behalf of helping credit unions to best serve our members in local Maine towns and cities. It is great that on the occasion of International Credit Union Day, Congressman Poliquin is again showing his support by spending time at a Maine credit union.”
In his role on the House Financial Services Committee, Congressman Poliquin has actively worked to support Maine’s credit unions and the communities and families they serve throughout the State.
Acadia FCU in Fort Kent is one of more than a dozen credit unions the Congressman has visited across Maine.