March 8th, 2011

March 11 is the Last Day to Vote

Principle Number 2 Members Should Call The Shots

Friday, March 11, is the last day to vote in SMCU’s Annual Volunteer Elections.

As an SMCU member, you have the right and the responsibility to choose the people who represent your interests as a part of SMCU’s Board of Directors. The members of the Board are charged with ensuring that the decisions SMCU makes are in the best interest of the membership. Being able to make your voice heard in selecting these people is an important part of what makes Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union a different kind of financial institution.

If you are eligible to vote, you should have received your ballot in the mail in February. The ballot includes a statement from each of the candidates that explains their background and their philosophy of how Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union should be meeting member needs. All you need to do is select the three candidates that best represent your views and either mail the ballot in or use the included credentials to vote online. If you don’t have your ballot, you can call 1-866-570-7699 to get your credentials. Once you have them, it only takes two minutes to cast your vote.


Seattle Metropolitan Credit Union is at its best when everyone participates in making sure it is living up to the Seven Principles it operates by. Taking time to cast your ballot is an easy way for you to help call the shots.

To learn more about the Annual Volunteer Elections and the Board of Directors, visit these pages:

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