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District 1, 2, 3 candidate slate ready for HEA board election

The slate of candidates is set for next month’s vote-by-mail election for three seats on the Homer Electric Association board of directors.

One incumbent, Dave Carey, is running unopposed. He represents District 2, the Soldotna area.

The District 3 seat, currently vacant with the resignation of Don Stead, only had one man throw his hat into the ring: Roy Champagne of Anchor Point. The district extends from Kachemak Bay to Soldotna.

The only contested race for a seat on the HEA board is in District 1, stretching from Kasilof to Nikiski. It features incumbent David Thomas and challenger Jason Ross.

HEA members vote by mail and only for those candidates in their District. Results will be announced at the May 3rd Annual Membership Meeting.

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