Hamilton County Electric Cooperative Director Election
October 3, 2023
To maintain equitable geographical representation of all areas on the board of directors, Hamilton County Electric Cooperative’s bylaws provide for seven districts from which directors are to be elected.
The three-year terms of the directors representing districts 4, 6 and 7 expire this year.
- District 4 is the area east of U.S. Highway 281 in Lampasas County served by the cooperative.
- District 6 is the area south of U.S. Highway 84 in Mills County and west to the Cooperative boundary line served by the Cooperative.
- District 7 is the area north of U.S. Highway 84 bounded on east by Hamilton County line and on west by Cooperative boundary line served by the cooperative.
The cooperative will elect directors by mail ballot only. One ballot was mailed to each membership in a separate mailing on August 22. Any member may vote for one candidate in each district listed on the ballot. You do not have to live in one of these districts to cast your vote. Please include your name and address on the ballot return envelope so the co-op can use it to confirm voter membership. Voter membership must be confirmed for votes to be counted. Please do not enclose bill payment in the ballot envelope.
The votes will be counted Tuesday, October 3. Members must mail their ballots in time for the ballots to arrive in the Hamilton County EC post office box by noon Tuesday, October 3. Results of the director election will be announced later that evening, during the annual membership meeting and will be posted on Hamilton County Electric Cooperative’s website, hamiltonelectric.coop; Facebook page; and published in the December issue of Texas Co-op Power.