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“Democratic Member Control” on Display as District 4 Elects New Trustee!


There was a great turn out at the District 4 meeting in Fay. We had three great member candidates repre- sent District 4, that ran for the board seat. Registering to run were Kyle Widney, Watonga, Greg Heath, Can- ton and Amie Reed from Fay. The District 4 members registered to vote from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.


At 7:01 p.m. the meeting was called to order and it was determined that there was a quorum of mem- bers present for the election. After the members voted, and the votes were counted, not one of the candidates had over 50% of the votes for an outright win. A run-off election was then held between the top two candidates and Amie Reed was elected to represent District 4 as their Trustee for the next 3 year term.


C.E.O. Mark Snowden visits with Trustees Chalentz Hedges and Gene Peters before the meeting.


After Snowden’s brief CEO report, he turned it back over to Hyatt for the prize drawings. $5,000 of cash, gifts and free electricity were drawn for and the Ci- marron Electric Trustees passed out the winnings.


Amie Reed-District 4 Trustee


Looking at the picture above, it was a very good evening to meet.


Around two hours after it started, the grand prize was drawn and the meeting was adjourned. Thanks for attending and we hope to see you next year!


“It is great when you have a district election and it is represented so well with qualified candidates. It is special when the district members turn out in large numbers to vote for the Trustee who will represent them. It is such a great display of Cooperative Principle Number 2, Democratic Member Control,” said Mark Snowden, Cimarron Electric Cooperative, CEO.


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