Nomination petitions are now open for members seeking to serve their communities on PEC’s Board of Directors in districts 2, 3, and 4.
The winners of the district 2 and 3 races will serve a three-year term. Since the district 4 race is being held to fill a vacancy, the winner of that race will serve the remainder of that term.
Petition forms and additional information are available on our Nomination by Petition webpage. Applicants may access the nomination petition forms and materials online, download them, and fill them out at their convenience. These materials include qualification requirements, detailed instructions, an application, maps of PEC board districts, and forms for submitting background information and collecting member signatures.
Fully completed original petition materials must be received by, or hand-delivered to, the Board Recording Secretary at PEC Headquarters no later than March 23 at 5 p.m.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, adjustments to nomination packet submission have been made. As the progression of COVID-19 continues to unfold, additional changes regarding our board of director election process may occur. Learn more »
Members seeking nomination for PEC director positions must:
- Maintain a primary residence in the PEC board district in which they seek election and receive continuous electric service for at least one year. See Article III of the PEC bylaws for complete qualifications.
- Obtain verifiable signatures from 50 members who live within the nominee’s board district or have a designated voting residence within that district.
- Submit completed petition materials (must be received or hand-delivered) to the Board Recording Secretary at PEC Headquarters, 201 S. Avenue F Johnson City, Texas 78636, no later than March 23 at 5 p.m.
A qualifications review committee comprised of members will verify nominees’ qualifications. After petition signatures and nominees’ qualifications are verified, PEC will announce the director candidates.
Interested members may also request nomination materials by calling 888-554-4732, emailing [email protected], or visiting any PEC district office.