Members David Zuckerman (right) and Chris Bohner (left) are shown outside Lafayette Federal Credit Union Tuesday morning as they delivered their candidate petitions.

Two members of the $370 million Lafayette Federal Credit Union filed board candidacy petitions seeking, among other things, to stop the credit union from conducting board elections at a country club.

Tuesday morning, members David Zuckerman and Chris Bohner delivered petitions with the signatures of 214 other Lafayette members that support their addition to the 2014 ballot for two previously uncontested board seats.


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