- Existing SRP Board of Directors took away rooftop solar choice for its ratepayers in 2015 by mandating a rate plan that eliminates the return on investment.
- Solar power makes up an embarrassingly small amount of the SRP energy portfolio. <1% is generated from solar right here in "The Valley of the Sun".
- These SRPCleanEnergy.org candidates want to fix these and other issues. The election is held by mail now through April 3, 2018. Request a ballot now to receive a ballot in the mail!
- All SRP Areas/Divisions can vote for Corey Hawkey and Randy Miller for the Power District (white ballot).
- Division 2: Vote only for Corey Hawkey and Randy Miller (at-large). Leave others blank.
- Division 4: Vote only for Corey Hawkey and Randy Miller (at-large). Leave others blank.
- Division 8: Jeff Grout on both the white “Power” and blue “Water” ballots; and vote for Corey Hawkey, Randy Miller (at-large)
- Division 10: Sheila Motomatsu on both the white “Power” and blue “Water” ballots; and vote for Corey Hawkey, Randy Miller (at-large)
- Being an even-year election, all Even Divisions (2, 4, 6, 8, 10) get additional names to vote for Division Director and Council, for both the Water (blue ballots) and Power (white ballots).
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How to Vote in the April 3rd, 2018 SRP Election
- Request a Ballot or call 602-236-3048. You have to ask SRP for ballots in order to vote. This is a special SRP only election. You will not be mailed ballots automatically unless you have requested ballots before from SRP.
- Every name on the property’s deed should request a ballot. With SRP’s election, voters vote their property(s). If you have multiple properties request ballots for all of your properties.
- SRP will mail ballots starting March 7th 2018.
- Mail in your votes for the Candidates listed above before March 31st 2018!
- Help us win! http://volunteer.srpcleanenergy.org
Vote for SRPCleanEnergy.org candidates listed above. These candidates will work to:
- Keep water and power rates low
- Restore the return on investment (ROI) for homeowner rooftop solar power.
- Increase SRP’s utility owned solar power to take advantage of our abundant sunshine.
- Manage our limited water resources in a sustainable manner
- Expand voting eligibility in SRP’s election
- Represent your issues at SRP
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