Power of Community - Pedernales Electric Cooperative

PEC 2017 election

Elections

At PEC, your voice matters. For more than 75 years, we’ve been owned and governed by members like you. Your vote in our annual board election is your voice in our cooperative, a chance to weigh in on leaders who will represent you and your interests.

Early voting begins

Early voting in the 2017 PEC election has begun. Ballots have been mailed to eligible voters in districts 2 and 3, who may cast their ballots by mail or online until June 9. Members may also vote early at PEC’s Liberty Hill and Cedar Park offices. Learn more here

This year, PEC is offering incentives for early voting. Members who vote by June 9 will be entered into a random drawing for one of several prizes, including $500, $200 and $100 gift cards.

Timeline

Keep track of important voting dates, deadlines and more: find an overview of the 2017 election year here.

Voting

Your vote is your voice in our annual elections and all year round. Find district information, maps and more here.

FAQs

Learn more about elections, districts, and the cooperative difference: your voting questions, answered here.

Annual Meeting

This year's annual meeting will be held Saturday, June 17, at Leander High School’s Don Tew Performing Arts Center. Join us!

Resources


Download election timeline

2017 Election Timeline

Download election schedule approved by PEC Board of Directors

Download statistics report

2017 PEC Statistics Report

Key statistics about your electric cooperative

2017 Director Candidates


The following candidates, whose names are listed in the order they will appear on the ballot, qualified to run for seats on the board:

  • District 2
    • Emily Pataki
    • William D. (Bill) Boggs
  • District 3
    • Eric Stratton
    • Randy R. Klaus, CPA
    • Matthew S. Weldon
    • Judy Lawler Pokorny

Learn more about
the candidates here.

Election News