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ARRL Member Bulletin
May 24, 2023

Complete the ARRL Dues Survey Now

Dear member,

If you're among the nearly 12,000 members who have already completed the dues survey -- THANK YOU. If you haven't yet, please complete the survey now at

Since the survey launched on May 1, I have personally read each survey response for feedback. Many members have taken the opportunity to share with us what we're doing well, what they like, and what we could do better or improve. Many of you have shared ideas. A member who is blind even wrote to tell us that the survey was fully accessible for him -- reinforcing that we want participation from every member.

Some of your Division Directors have also sent you reminders -- setting up a healthy competition (which Division will have the highest participation rate?).

As I shared previously, this is only the second time in 22 years we are considering a dues increase. The survey is an essential step in this process.

If you haven't already participated, please follow these steps:

  • Go to This is a member-only page. If you are already logged in to your account, the page will include the survey. If you already completed the survey, you may see a message indicating, "You have already voted in this poll."

  • If you are NOT already logged in to your account, follow the instructions on the page to log in. Or, select the Login button at the top of the web page, and you will be prompted to enter your ARRL website username (usually your call sign) and password. If you have not logged in since April 2022, please use these Login Instructions.

  • Complete the survey by May 31.

If you need additional help with your login, call us Monday - Thursday from 8 AM to 7 PM ET, and Friday from 8 AM to 5 PM ET at 860-594-0200 or email us at

What happens next?

The survey results will be tabulated and shared with members on the ARRL website in June. The results will also be shared with the ARRL Board of Directors. Your responses will aid our analysis and discussions, and ultimately help ensure ARRL's future as an effective, strong, and influential membership association.

Again, thank you for being a member and collaborating on this big decision.


David A. Minster, NA2AA
Chief Executive Officer



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