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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Credit union directors are going to have to work hard to get more representation on credit union trade association boards. That’s the message that has been coming from association leaders. They say it could take years for a candidate to do enough politically and professionally to succeed in being elected. Based on the results of Credit Union Time’s just expired voting poll, it doesn’t look like directors will be getting any token board seats any time soon. A majority of voters said directors should not have more representation on national trade association boards. The question and results are as follows: Should credit union volunteers have more representation on national credit union trade association boards? * Yes…………………38.97% * No………………….45.37% * Not Sure…………15.66% Total Votes:…………….562

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