Make your credit union count in the midterms, update Project Zip Code today

Published by: Jamila Collins

March 23, 2022 | Political Action

Collectively, Ohio’s credit unions have been driving advocacy success. However, the midterm elections are quickly approaching, and the recent redistricting issues before the Ohio Supreme Court further complicate the process. Updating your Project Zip Code (PZC) for events such as CUNA GAC, Hike the Hill, legislative meetings, and roundtables, arms us with vital information when we meet with legislators. In a political year, that information is also vitally important when meeting with candidates or, in a year with brand new legislative maps, making legislators aware of their new districts. The League ensures that this information and our presence are being felt in the halls of the statehouse and Congress. Click this PZC link and update your project zip code to ensure that your members are added to the nearly one million credit union members represented. For more information or if you need assistance updating, contact the League’s Advocacy Coordinator, Jamila Collins.

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