November 18, 2021 @ 11:30 pm – November 19, 2021 @ 12:30 am

We invite you to join us for a crash course on the legislative process From WA ACCA Lobbyist, Carolyn Logue. At this meeting we will also discuss our 2022 legislative priorities including our efforts to our ductless mini-split bill. During this meeting we will be joined by Republican Representative Larry Hoff of the 18th District. It is our hope that his leadership and expertise will help shape our strategy and get this bill passed.

Register Today

View Agenda

About Our Speakers:

Carolyn Logue

Carolyn Logue is the owner of CA Logue Public Affairs, a legislative and political consulting firm based in Olympia, Washington. With over 30 years of lobbying experience, Logue works on behalf of clients such as independent grocers, libraries, online public schools, health care providers, HVAC and hearth products businesses, chambers of commerce, and other groups providing a vast wealth of knowledge to help these groups successfully navigate the legislative process. Prior to starting her own firm, Carolyn served as the voice for the state’s largest small business association (NFIB) at the state capitol and in the media here in Washington State for 15 years. Prior to NFIB, Logue spent four years as the Political Affairs Manager for the Washington Association of REALTORS, where she managed one of the state’s largest political action committees. Logue also worked in market research, running focus groups and providing analysis. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from the University of Washington, and lives in Olympia

Larry Hoff

Rep. Larry Hoff is serving his second term representing Southwest Washington’s 18th Legislative District, where he has lived for more than 40 years. Larry grew up in a small North Dakota town and joined the Navy after graduating from high school. Upon leaving the service, he enrolled at the University of North Dakota, where he earned a B.S. in Accounting. He then moved to Clark County, and soon joined the credit union industry as interim CEO for Columbia Credit Union (CCU).After serving at CCU for more than 12 years, he became CEO of Electra Central Credit Union. Seven years later, he was hired as CEO of the Fibre Federal Credit Union, an institution he grew from $400 million to $1 billion before retiring in January 2017. Larry currently serves in a leadership role as the ranking minority member of the House Labor and Workplace Standards Committee. The committee reviews all legislation related to industrial insurance, unemployment compensation, collective bargaining, family leave, safety and health standards, occupational health, and employment standards. He also serves on the House Appropriations and House College and Workforce Development committees. Larry lives in Vancouver with his wife Renee. They have one son and one grandson. The Hoff’s recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.