2023 Elections: Districts 3, 4 and 6
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Board Candidate Process
Per CoServ Electric's bylaws, eligible CoServ Electric Members can apply to be candidates for election to the Board of Directors, vote in the Board of Directors election and watch the Annual Meeting, where the election results are announced. This year’s Annual Meeting will be broadcast on our website. Ballots are returned to and counted by the election firm Survey & Ballot Systems (SBS).
Every year, a notice is mailed to all Members that reside within the districts that are up for election. 2023's District Notice for Districts 3, 4 and 6 will mail in the March edition of Texas Co-op Power magazine and will be posted below.
2023: Districts 3, 4 and 6
2025: Districts 1 and 5
2026: Districts 2 and 7
Board Term Lengths
Districts 3 and 6 will serve 2023–2027 and District 4 will serve 2023–2028.
2023 Election Timeline
January 16: Record date for District Notices. (If you became a CoServ Electric Member after this date, you will not receive a District Notice.)
February 24: District Notices are mailed in the March edition of Texas Co-op Power magazine to all CoServ Electric Members residing in Districts 3, 4 and 6 – the Districts from which a Board Director seat is up for election this year.
March 3: First-day Director petitions are made available.
March 15: Members interested in running must schedule an orientation session by 5 p.m. CST.
March 17: Members interested in running must attend an orientation session and receive a director petition packet by 5 p.m. CST.
March 24: Director nomination petition and other required forms are due to CoServ's corporate office by 5 p.m. CST and by appointment only.
April 3: Last day for Board candidates to withdraw in writing from the election.
April 17: Record date for the Annual Meeting Notice. All CoServ Members as of the official record date may vote.
May 11: Annual Meeting Notice and ballots will mail to eligible CoServ Electric Members. Paper ballots will be mailed directly to the homes of Members by the third-party election firm Survey & Ballot Systems, and will include a link to a secure web portal where Members may choose to cast their votes digitally.
June 1: Ballots must be received by Survey & Ballot Systems by 5 p.m. CST. Members may choose to vote online or mail their completed ballot to SBS using the provided prepaid envelope.
June 6: Annual Meeting | Election results announced.
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