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Lend Your Voice to Rural America


In 2016, rural America played a big part in our national elections – 500,000 MORE rural voters went to the polls than in 2012. This is an in- credible story, as many in small towns and communities across our country went to the polls to ensure their voices were heard, and elected officials took notice. But, elections matter EVERY year.


2018 will be no different, and electric cooperatives have the oppor- tunity to play a vital role in encourag- ing rural voter turnout and engaging on issues that matter most to us. This year, we must build on the momentum we started in 2016, to join with 42 million members of electric coopera- tives around the country, and remind our elected officials that rural issues matter.


Electric co-ops are not-for-profit


energy providers that are owned by the members they serve. They provide coverage for 88 percent of our na- tion’s counties. They are a foundation in their communities and their mem- bers can make a difference in lending their voices to issues like rural infra- structure and broadband, and main- taining access to affordable, reliable electricity. To ensure that all electric co-op members do continue the drumbeat that started in 2016, the National Ru- ral Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) will continue the success- ful Co-ops Vote program. This is a non-partisan initiative that remains quite simple at its core: to ensure that members are registered to vote and they go to the polls for every election, and to ensure rural issues remain part of the national discussion. By participating in the Co-ops


Vote program in 2018, co-op members continue to send a resounding mes-


sage that all candidates – at all levels – will need to put rural America’s concerns front and center in order to earn our vote. We proved in 2016 that with millions of electric co-op members speaking out with one voice, we can have a major impact in mak- ing our top issues part of the national conversation. We encourage everyone, regard- less of their political beliefs, to join America’s electric cooperatives in


this national effort. Let’s continue to stand up for the priorities of the rural electric co-op community – it’s more important now than ever. Learn more at www.vote.coop.


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