America's Electric Cooperatives PAC (formerly known as ACRE Co-op Owners for Political Action) is a grassroots political action committee formed in 1966 with the mission of making the voice of rural electric cooperative consumers heard by state and federal legislators. By pooling resources from individual co-op members across the country, the PAC gives members an opportunity to be heard and ensures that the voice of electric cooperatives remains strong in our nation's capital and in our state legislature. In these unpredictable times, maintaining a strong grassroots presence in the political process is instrumental to long-term success. Click here to learn more.
Voices for Cooperative Power (VCP) is the grassroots advocacy hub for America’s electric cooperatives. More than 900 not-for-profit electric cooperatives provide electricity to 42 million consumers across 48 states. Together, electric cooperatives serve 56 percent of the nation’s landmass and account for approximately 12 percent of the total electricity sales in the United States. Visit www.voicesforcooperativepower.com to learn more about legislative issues that could affect Ohio and the nation's electric cooperatives!
Co-ops Vote is a non-partisan project of America's Electric Cooperatives designed to inform members about the key issues facing electric co-ops. It also encourages members to support their communities by participating in local, state, and federal elections. Co-ops Vote does not endorse or recommend any candidates for election. Click here to access voter information and learn more about voting in Ohio.
The most important benefit that you receive as an electric cooperative member is having a voice in helping elect state and federal officials who will support your cooperative and your community. Stand with Firelands Electric Co-op as we fight to keep your electric bills affordable. Contact us here or call 1-800-533-8658 for more information.