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Young members of the $381 million Lafayette Federal Credit Union who organized an effort to win two board seats failed to do so but suggested they would keep on working for change in the Kensington, Md., institution.

David Zuckerman and Chris Bohner gathered enough signatures to put their names on the credit union’s ballot for the May 17 election, but in the end each managed to gather 373, or about 25% of the approximately 1,400 votes cast out of the possible 14,000, they reported.

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