For 2024, members will vote for directors in districts 1, 6, and 7
One of the unique benefits of being a PEC member is the power to vote! As a member, our annual election is your chance to have a say in the cooperative’s leadership and direction. Members in districts 1, 6, and 7 are eligible to vote for board directors in our 2024 election. If your primary account is in district 1, 6, or 7, and you are interested in running for the PEC Board of Directors, completed nomination packets are due at PEC Headquarters by 5 p.m. on March 25.
Visit pec.coop/election for more information on the 2024 election, including the ability to download nomination petition packets.
May all members of my household vote?
No. Only the registered PEC member may vote. Joint membership holders (such as spouses) have a single vote.
What if I have homes in multiple districts?
Your voting district is tied to the primary account associated with your PEC membership fee. The service location of that account determines your voting district, even if you have multiple homes. Your voting district is shown on your bill in the upper right corner.
What if I have residential and business accounts?
If your business is a sole proprietorship, you likely have one membership between accounts, and one vote. If you own a corporation with a separate membership, you may have a separate vote associated with that account.
Can I change my voting district?
Members who have multiple meters located in different districts may change their voting district once every three years (the length of a full director term) by calling 888-554-4732. Please note, changing your voting district will also change the account associated with your membership fee.
Do candidates have my mailing address?
We don’t share our member mailing list with marketers, but we do share it with PEC director candidates upon request. To remove yourself from our membership mailing list, voter history list, and election email list, call 888-554-4732.
Interested in serving your community? Consider running for a PEC Board Director seat in the district where you live. This year, elections are for districts 1, 6, and 7. See guidelines and materials at pec.coop/election.
Nomination period opens
Nomination materials due by 5 p.m. at PEC Headquarters in Johnson City
Approval of candidate applications for the ballot
Voting ends; ballots must be received by elections services provider by 5 p.m.
Election results released
PEC Annual Meeting; board directors seated