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SRP Election 2024 Vote for SRP Clean Energy Candidates

Why are there two ballots (blue and white)?

SRP is divided into the Water Association (blue) and Power District (white). Each issues a separate ballot. Vote both ballots, sign and date, and then mail in their separate blue & white envelopes.

How can I return my ballots for the SRP Election?

Early ballots may be returned by mail in the stamped, self-addressed envelope provided.

Or you can drop them off in person at the SRP Voting Center located at:
1500 N. Mill Avenue in Tempe, AZ 85288

Mon-Fri, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or from 6:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Election Day.

Early ballots must be received no later than 7:00 p.m. on April 2nd. Please return your ballots in the mail by March 27th to allow them to arrive at SRP by Apr. 2nd (election day)

Can I vote if I didn’t request/receive/trashed my ballots?

Yes, at the SRP Voting Center (see map above) through Apr. 2nd

Are there any other locations I can drop off my ballot?

On Election Day ONLY, early ballots may be dropped off at either of the following two off-site ballot drop-off locations:
SRP West Valley Service Center
221 N. 79th Avenue Tolleson, AZ 85353
SRP Southside Water Service Center
3160 S. Alma School Road Mesa, AZ 85210

When are the SRP elections held?

The SRP Board and Council positions are elected on the first Tuesday in April of even-numbered years. The 2024 SRP Election will be held on Tuesday, April 2nd.

What are the SRP voting areas?

SRP is divided into 10 voting areas within the District (electric) and Association (water) boundaries. Visit the voting map to see the boundaries of the voting areas.

Who is eligible to vote in the SRP Election?

A voter must own eligible land (or have been appointed to vote eligible land held in a qualifying trust) within the respective boundaries of the District and/or the Association in order to vote in the SRP election. Voting boundaries are roughly shown on the voting map. There are differences in the Association and District voting boundaries. Please call the SRP Elections Information Line at (602) 236-3048 if you are in doubt as to whether your property qualifies you to vote in SRP elections.

Additionally for the Association and the District:
1. Voters must own the eligible land by 12/24/2023 (at least 100 days prior to the SRP election).
2. A voter must be at least 18 years of age.

For the District only: In order to vote, a District voter must be a registered voter in the State of Arizona and must also reside in the state.

What are the terms of office for the SRP Board and SRP Council?

The term of office for all positions is four years. Members of the SRP board and SRP council are elected to four-year staggered terms, with half of the board and council seats being up for election every two years. The president and vice president run for election with the even-numbered seats. Terms of office begin on the first Monday in May of each even-numbered year.

The SRP Clean Energy Team Vision

The SRP Clean Energy team of candidates for the SRP Board and SRP Council have a vision for SRP that starts with a diverse board representing the broader community of electric and water customers. They want to address voting rights to give all customers a vote. They will govern SRP to ensure justice, equity, and inclusion, while prioritizing climate issues and sustainable clean energy, alongside reliability and affordability. This will truly make SRP a not-for-profit, community-based public power and water organization that partners with its customers and the community.

Together, we can make SRP better:

  • Provide cost effective rates for customers who are willing to invest their money and rooftop for solar power to ensure a reasonable return on investment
  • Get serious about greenhouse gas reductions:
    • Set retirement dates for all of SRP’s coal plants
    • Increase SRP’s utility scale solar (currently only 3.4%!) and battery deployments
    • Reduce green house gas emissions by setting goals based on mass not intensity
    • Enable customers to reduce their carbon footprint using rooftop solar (see above)
  • Enact equitable, democratic voting processes
  • Eliminate large greenwashed advertising expenditures paid for by ratepayers

Despite SRP’s advertising, most utilities in AZ and the US are far ahead of SRP in the above areas.

We can do these things without raising power or water rates-the “fuel” for solar energy is free and clean, and water usage is nearly zero.

Please reach out to us on our contact page if you have any specific issues or concerns that we can help you address.

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