CUTX offers employees paid time off to vote in the 2020 election

ALLEN, TX (October 27, 2020) — With the presidential election swiftly approaching, Credit Union of Texas (CUTX) is paying employees for time off to vote. From now until Election Day on Nov. 3, CUTX employees are eligible to take up to two paid hours off to cast their ballots.The credit union encourages its employees to avoid long lines on Election Day by voting early.

CUTX CEO Eric Pointer said, “Credit Union of Texas encourages employees to exercise their right to vote, because it is the single most important liberty they have as Americans. We are offering employees paid time off to vote in the upcoming election, so they can have their voices heard.”

About Credit Union of Texas (CUTX)

For almost 100 years, Credit Union of Texas has provided financial services to members throughout North Texas. Living out its vision to deliver an unexpected experience, CUTX has grown to over $1.7 billion in assets. Membership is open to anyone who lives, works or worships, or is related to a member in Dallas, Denton, Collin, Rockwall or Upshur and its surrounding counties. In the last year, CUTX was recognized with the Communities Foundation of Texas “Be in Good Company” Seal of Excellence, voted the Best Credit Union in DFW by the readers of The Dallas Morning News and named the winner of the Torch Awards for Ethics, Better Business Bureau Serving North Central Texas. For more information about CUTX, visit


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