With election day tomorrow, CUNA’s “Credit Unions Vote” campaign is still underway, and voters can use CUNA’s CreditUnionsVote.com website to make the process easier. The site lets visitors enter basic information to check voter registration status, find their polling place, tweet about voting and more.
CUNA launched the site as part of its “Credit Unions Vote” Member Activation Program campaign, used by a number of credit unions to engage with members and fulfill social responsibilities in their communities.
CUNA and its PAC, the Credit Union Legislative Action Council, invested $7 million this cycle to support 388 candidates for the House and Senate this year. A list of candidates supported by credit unions can be found on CUNA’s website highlighting the candidates by state.
Registration is open for CUNA’s post-election webinar, where CUNA leadership will discuss the election results, what it means for credit unions and review CUNA’s post-election white paper. The webinar is scheduled for Nov. 8 at 3:30 (ET).