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NORTHWESTERN ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC.


Become a co-op voter When was the last time you voted?


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s a member-owned electric cooperative, voting is already in our DNA. It’s how we maintain


an electric utility which is responsive to the consumers it serves. But voting also plays a crucial part in our repre- VHQWDWLYH GHPRFUDF\ )HGHUDO VWDWH DQG local elections offer an opportunity to exercise a civic responsibility—to select the best leaders for our communities. Yet in places all over America, even those served by electric cooperatives, citizens aren’t exercising that right. In the 2012 national elections, voter turnout dropped overall, but the decline in rural counties was 18 percent—twice that of the nation as a whole.


And when voters miss the chance to vote, they also lose the opportunity to communicate their concern to our leaders about the issues that matter to us, where we work, live, and raise families. Reliable electricity, access to rural


broadband and the quality of our healthcare system are just a few issues we all care about. Still, they only be- come priorities if enough people show HOHFWHG RI¿FLDOV WKDW WKH\ DUH SD\LQJ DW- tention. Registering to vote and voting are the most effective ways to send this message. (14897002)


When we go to the polls with the cooperative principle of “Concern for Community” in mind, we instantly im- prove our political system. It’s a sys- tem designed to produce a government


“of the people, by the people and for the people.” People like us. We invite you to join us in a new initiative to get ev- ery eligible person registered to vote— you, your family and friends—and take the pledge to BECOME A CO- OP VOTER. Northwestern Electric has joined America’s elec- tric cooperatives in launching a


I pledge to become a Co-op Voter, and to support my community and my electric cooperative when casting my vote this year.


[PLEASE PRINT]


NAME _________________________________________________________________________________________ E-MAIL ADDRESS _____________________________________________________________________________ HOME ADDRESS ______________________________________________________________________________ CITY ___________________________________________________ STATE ________ ZIP ____________________ MY CO-OP /PPD ______________________________________________________________________________ SIGNATURE ___________________________________________________________________________________


(Please validate this pledge by providing your e-mail address)


I authorize America’s Electric Cooperatives to communicate on my behalf regarding America’s electricity challenges.


LEARN MORE AT VOTE.COOP Sample pledge card


campaign to help get out the vote and insert issues important to co-ops into the public discussion. Called “Co-ops Vote,” this effort will help boost voter turnout in areas served by cooperatives across the country to ensure that our voices are heard loud and clear every day, and especially on Election Day. Here’s what you can do to help.


Visit the Co-ops Vote web site, WWW. VOTE.COOP (or you can come by our RI¿FH DQG SLFN XS D SOHGJH FDUG DQG take the pledge to BECOME A CO-OP VOTER to support your community and electric cooperative when casting your vote in 2016. The web site will give you information on your elected RI¿FLDOV DQG FDQGLGDWHV WKH YRWHU registration process, election dates and


CO-OPS OTE OKLAHOMA


A PR OGR AM OF AMERICA'S ELECTRIC COO PER A TIVES WWW.VOTE.COOP


locations, and background about eight key co-op issues we want our elected leaders to understand: rural broadband access, hiring and honoring veterans, low-income energy assistance, cyber- security, water regulation, rural health care access, affordable and reliable energy, and renewable energy. Co-ops Vote is a non-partisan program developed by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA). With 42 million members across the nation, electric co-ops are a powerful voice on national issues that have a local impact.


If you have any questions, please


visit WWW.VOTE.COOP or contact us directly at 580.256.7425. We hope to see you at the polls!


July 2016


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