Co-ops Vote is a program of America’s Electric Cooperatives developed by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).
Each year, Pee Dee Electric actively participates in this non-partisan campaign with the intent of informing both our members and the candidates about issues important to America’s electric co-ops and the communities we serve.
These issues range anywhere from the continued need for affordable and reliable electricity to broadband access and other rural economic development issues.
“As an organization with very deep roots here in Anson, Richmond, Montgomery, Scotland, Moore, Union, and Stanly counties, we want to be sure that our voice is heard on Election Day,” said CEO Donnie Spivey. “Participating in Co-ops Vote will amplify our voice and send the message to those seeking office that the issues facing our community and all of rural America cannot be ignored.”
Be sure to visit vote.coop for access to a wealth of voter resources.
Voters are also encouraged to visit the North Carolina State Board of Elections before Election Day to check voter registration details, find their Election Day polling place, and view election districts and a sample ballot (when available), among other information.