Bluebonnet Electric Coop Election

Bluebonnet Electric Coop Election:  Can citizens overcome the use of proxy voting (commonly used by electric power coops) — a practice that allows the current Board to stack the cards for their chosen candidates? We have endorsed two candidates running for the Bluebonnet Electric Coop Board — Dick Peterson of Travis County and George Kehler of Lee County, who will help eliminate this practice.  If you’re a member of Bluebonnet, you can vote for them — even if you voted already by sending in your proxy.  The last ballot you cast is the one that counts.  You can call Bluebonnet for another ballot at 866-720-4357 or email them at Bluebonnethelp@electionservices.com.  Read more about Dick and George in the magazine Texas Coop Power recently sent to you.

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