The Salt River Project (SRP) Board of Directors and Council are the governing bodies for SRP that set your electric rates and determine SRP’s water and electric policies.  The SRPCleanEnergy team of candidates want SRP to embrace clean energy policies:
  • 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 7, 2020. Request a ballot now to receive a ballot in the mail!


Vote for the SRPCleanEnergy.org Team

Make SRP a 21st Century Energy Leader!

How to Vote in the April 7th, 2020 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 11th 2020.
  • Mail in your votes for the Candidates listed above before April 2nd 2020!

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

Private: Request a Ballot

Request a Ballot!

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Who can vote for the SRP Board and for the Valley’s future?

YOU MUST REQUEST A BALLOT IN ORDER TO VOTE IN THE SRP BOARD ELECTION! If you receive a monthly bill from SRP and you own your home or other property within the SRP area, here’s what to do: Click the button above and request a ballot from SRP to vote in the upcoming election of board members. Please have all people that are named on the property deed request a ballot! You will be mailed an early ballot around March 11th 2020.

Voter FAQ

Qualified voters may vote in person through Election Day, Tuesday, April 7 2020, at the SRP Voting Center, located at the SRP Administration Building, 1500 N. Mill Ave., Tempe, AZ 85008. The SRP Voting Center will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Monday and from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Tuesday.

Early voting ballots must be received through the U.S. Postal Service or hand delivered to the SRP Voting Center or one of the designated drop-off locations no later than 7 p.m. on Election Day, April 7 2020, to be counted. The two early ballot drop‐off-only locations, open only on Election Day, are located at the SRP West Valley Service Center, 221 N. 79th Ave., Tolleson, AZ 85353; and the SRP Southside Water Service Center, 3160 S. Alma School Road, Mesa, AZ 85210

1) I have ballots with lots of names I don’t know—who do I vote for?

Below are our endorsements for our pro-solar candidates of course. Vote only for the candidates names listed above.  Leave others blank unless you know they are pro-solar.
2) My SRP Board of Directors ballot shows a fractional vote (like 0.25), is that all my vote is worth?
No (and yes).  When voting for Anda McAfee and Nick Brown (at-large), the property you are voting is worth at least one whole vote.   This is how votes are tallied for these “At-large” seats.   And if there are two people on the deed, there are two votes for that property—both names should request a ballot.  But if the property is in a Trust, only the first name to request a ballot gets to vote once for the property.   For the Divsion Board and Council races, this year being the oddnumbered Divisions, it is correct that the acreage based vote count shown on your ballot applies. If you own .01 acres of land, your vote counts for .01 votes. If you own 100 acres of land, your vote counts for 100 votes.