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Online Voting Ends April 18th at 6:00 pm

Keweenaw Co-op Annual Election

Cast your ballot online from April 4th –April 18th 

Welcome to Keweenaw Co-op's online voting site! Voting in the 2019 election will be entirely electronic. Each Owner household has the opportunity to cast their electronic ballot within a two-week timeframe between April 4th and April 18th at 6:00 pm. A tablet will be available for voting at the store until 4:00 pm on April 18 and at the Annual Meeting from 5:00 until 6:00 pm. We hope you will attend the Annual Meeting on April 18th!  Democratic control by owners is the backbone of the cooperative principles which guide and govern our co-op.
  On the ballot: 2019 Bylaw Amendment 

The Keweenaw Cooperative’s auditor has recommended, based on the last audit performed, that an annual financial review would be adequate and far more cost effective for the Co-op than an annual audit. They stated that internal controls and financial reporting are strong and being done properly. A financial review consists of performing inquiry and analytical procedures that provide a reasonable basis for expressing limited assurance that there are no material modifications that should be made to the financial statements in order for them to be in conformity with generally accepted accounting principles. The Board of Directors of the Keweenaw Cooperative recommends a "Yes” vote on the proposed Bylaws amendment.

On the ballot: Board of Directors Election

This year there are six (6) candidates running for four (4) seats on our nine-member Board. There are three (3) 3-year terms and one (1) 2-year term open. As a member-owned cooperative, our Board of Directors is our elected representation. Our Board acts on behalf of the Owners to ensure the Co-op produces benefit and value. Browse the Board Candidate profiles to learn more.

On the ballot: Bring-a-Bag Election

This year there are three (3) candidates running for two (2) recipient slots for our 2019–2020 Bring-a-Bag Campaign cycle. The Bring-a-Bag Campaign is one way The Co-op gives back to the community and promotes the conservation of natural resources. Every time a shopper brings their own reusable shopping bag or basket instead of using a new paper bag provided by the Co-op, the campaign fund is credited for each bag saved. The savings in the campaign fund are donated every six months to a local organization or project selected by the Co-op Owners. Two recipients are selected every year. Browse the Bring-a-Bag Candidate profiles to learn more.
Who is eligible for Online Voting?
Owners who are current with their membership payments (as specified in the Bylaws and Articles).

How to Vote Online:


If you think you are eligible to vote but are having problems logging in or have other questions, contact the Co-op’s Owner Services coordinator Julie Pintar at or call and ask for General Manager Curt Webb at 906.482.2030.