Along Those Lines: Engaging Co-op Members in the 2020 Election
As campaigns gear up, electric co-ops ensure their consumer-members are informed of the issues.
Co-ops Target Rural Voters for National Registration Day Events
Co-ops Vote focuses on registering rural voters to boost members’ clout in Congress, statehouses
Co-ops Encourage Voter Turnout Amid Tight Congressional Races
What will the midterm election results ultimately mean for top co-op issues?
Along Those Lines, Episode 1: Rural America and the Midterms
In the debut of NRECA's podcast, CEO Jim Matheson encourages co-op members to vote this November.
Co-ops Vote 5-Star Program Aims to Get Members to the Polls
How can your electric co-op win 5-Star status through NRECA’s Co-ops Vote program?
Year-round Advocacy for Rural Voters
The election is done, but co-op leaders say rural voters must still be heard.
‘Co-ops Vote’ Called a Success
On Election Day in America, co-ops voted and they appear to have made a difference.
Getting the Vote Out in the Co-op’s Own Office
West River Electric Association in South Dakota looks to get the vote out.
For Co-ops, a Political Invitation Goes a Long Way
Electric co-ops have a tool that few organizations or associations can match: the annual meeting.
Electric Co-op Interns Take Voter Engagement to Capitol Hill
Today, NRECA interns, who come from all over the United States, will be visiting congressional off