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2022 Annual Meeting – Scheduled for Tuesday, July 12th at the Hutchinson Event Center
In November and December of each year, the Co-op publishes the election information and candidate form in the newsletter. Return the completed form to the co-op to be considered as a candidate by the Nominating Committee from your district. The Nominating Committee must choose two names to appear on the ballot. If more than two candidates are interested in running for a board seat, any persons not chosen may get 20 signatures from members in their district on a Nomination by Petition form, and upon submitting it the co-op with 20 valid names by the deadline for the petition, you can also be a candidate on the ballot. Directors are elected by voters in their district. Ballots are mailed to each eligible member. They may be returned by mail, in person or members may vote at the annual meeting.
Directors serve three-year terms.
Candidate filling opens on February 1, 2022 for Districts 7, 8, & 9. The deadline for submitting the Board Candidate Form is 4:00 p.m. on March 31, 2022.
District 7: Collinwood, Hale, Hutchinson
District 8: Alfsborg, Bandon, Bismark, Collins, Grafton, Martinsburg, Moltke, Round Grove, Transit, Wellington
District 9: Camden, Watertown, Young America
2022 Election Ballots for Districts 7, 8, & 9 will be mailed on approximately June 15th. Ballots must be returned by mail by July 11th or in-person on July 12th during registration (9:00-10:00 am) at the Annual Meeting – Hutchinson Event Center.
Any questions on voting or elections can be answered by a quick phone call to the office at 1-800-494-6272.
*Summaries from the monthly meetings of the Board of Directors are published in our monthly newsletter “McLeod Cooperative Power News”. This publication is posted online on the Newsletters page.
If you would like to attend a Board Meeting please contact the Administrative Assistant at the Co-op for details.
McLeod Co-op Power offers home visits to new members of the Co-op. The meeting will give the member a quick overview of all the programs, services, and products offered by McLeod Co-op Power. This also is an opportunity to get common questions answered about off-peak equipment, the electric bill, etc.
New member visits are at no cost to the member.