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An Election of Choices

Millions of Americans have a choice to make this November. Many may feel they made the wrong decision.

Itís not a choice between polarizing candidates or political parties. Itís the fundamental choice to get out the door, head to the polls, and vote.

According to the New York Times, just nine percent of America selected Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as the presidential nominees. Most of the nation stayed home and chose not to vote.

This voter apathy epidemic cripples our communities, and leads to a society where elected officials are unaccountable for their actions.

Elections matter. Thatís why electric cooperatives across the nation have launched Co-ops Vote, a non-partisan program with one goal: boosting voter turnout.

The Co-ops Vote program is about knowing when elections are, understanding whatís at stake, and being prepared to make your voice heard. Who you vote for isnít nearly as important as the fact that you do vote.

Elections belong to the people Ė and theyíre really about ideas. With the full participation of voters in our community we can guarantee that those ideas come from us.

Itís about key issues where we work and live like:

  • Making our communities resilient against natural disasters
  • Expanding broadband service and creating economic opportunities
  • Ensuring continued access to safe, reliable and affordable electricity
  • Co-ops Vote
    Through the Co-ops Vote program, weíre working to strengthen our ties with voters and elected officials in both parties.

    Join us. click on the badge, and take the pledge to BECOME A CO-OP VOTER to support your community and electric cooperative when casting your vote in 2016.

    Civic engagement is a natural antidote to everything people despise about todayís politics: partisanship, money, gerrymandering, and more. All thatís required is waking up on Election Day and making your voice heard. Will you do your part?

    Capital Credits

    Check out the September edition of Country Lines and help us find people who used to be members. We owe them some money and you can help us deliver! Click here to view the updated list.

    If you are related to a deceased member of the Cooperative click on this Capital Credit Heir Form
    for deceased member accounts or reassignments of capital credits. This form along with a copy of the death certificate must be returned to the office.

    If you are requesting a check rewrite the original check should be voided and returned to the office at:

    426 N 9th St

    Gladstone, MI 49837.

    Please contact us with questions at 800-562-0950.