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Make plans to attend your District Nominating Meeting or run for a board position by petition

Participating in the nominating meeting is part of the democratic process for cooperatives. Plan to attend the District Nominating Meeting for your voting district held February 19-21.
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Members who wish to run for a position on the Medina Electric Cooperative Board of Directors should plan to attend the district nominating meeting for their voting district.

If you want to run but are unable to attend the meeting, you must be nominated by another member at the meeting or use the petition process. Look for more information on the petition process in the March issue of Texas Co-op Power or on MedinaEC.org/Nominee

2019 District Nominating Meetings


Voting District 1
Tuesday, February 19, 6 p.m.
Hondo Community and Senior Center
1014 18th Street, Hondo

Voting District 2
Wednesday, February 20, 6 p.m.
Murray McKinley Room, Medina EC Dilley Office
1718 W. FM 117, Dilley

Voting District 3
Thursday, February 21, 6 p.m.
Conference Room, Medina EC Rio Grande City Office
601 N. FM 3167, Rio Grande City

Members in attendance are entered for a chance to win a cash prize! At each meeting, we will award one $50 prize. 

The cooperative is governed by its board of directors, who are elected by the members. The board represents the interests of the membership. Board elections are held each September, and these nominating meetings partly determine who is placed on that ballot.

The board is responsible for setting policies under which the cooperative operates and making decisions regarding the financial health and well-being of the cooperative.

For more information pertaining to the nomination and election procedures for the election of board members, please refer to Article 4 of the Bylaws.

Visit MedinaEC.org/NomMtg.

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