The NWCUA’s proposed redistricting plan was approved by a significant margin Monday. Diann Owen, co-chair of the Redistricting Task Force, said the main goal in the process was for every credit union to feel supported and well-represented.
The vote to ratify the redistricting boundaries recommended by the NWCUA board of directors will take place in early February. All voting members of the Association are eligible to cast an up or down vote on the proposal.
This Washington legislative update explains the details of the new political map that was unanimously approved by the state’s Redistricting Commission Sunday evening.
Representatives from the Washington State Redistricting Commission report slow progress in the redistricting effort as the subcommittees near their Jan. 1 deadline.
This Washington legislative update explains the current status of the newly-proposed Washington congressional districts.
This Washington legislative update explains the timeline and policies surrounding redistricting and reapportionment of legislative and Congressional districts.
Over-regulation, compliance, staff training and growing business in a highly competitive landscape mean always-full plates for credit union leadership. Town hall meetings have been scheduled around the region so membership can have an open dialogue with the Associationâ€™s leadership, as well as learn more about the redistricting plan.
The June meeting of the Associationâ€™s Board of Directors both celebrated the results since its January formation and focused on challenges ahead for the Northwest credit union system.
This Oregon update outlines how the Legislature approved a redistricting plan to reflect population changes in the 2010 census, the first time since 1981 that a politically divided legislature has been able to agree on a redistricting plan.