On Wednesday, Aug. 19, REC members exercised the Cooperative's democratic process as they elected candidates to the Board of Directors, received reports on REC's accomplishments and end-of-year financial status, and learned about REC's plans for continuing to provide reliable and affordable electricity.

REC's Annual Meeting was held remotely this year. Over 20,000 members participated in the Remote Annual Meeting by proxy to elect three directors to REC's board for three-year terms:

To quickly view a part of last night's Remote Annual Meeting please see the time stamps below:

  • Call to Order: 0:27
  • Invocation: 02:30
  • Secretary's Report: 09:14
  • Election of Directors: 11:06
  • Treasurer's Report: 16:02
  • Kent D. Farmer: 21:31
  • Chairman's Report: 26:15
  • President's Report: 37:13
  • Q&A: 46:56

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