Board candidate offers recommendations for improving CCEC elections.

Sonja Kaye was unsuccessful in her recent bid to become a member of the Cass County Electric Cooperative Board of Directors in the Cooperative’s election that culminated at its annual meeting on June 24, 2021. Members re-elected five incumbents to additional three-year terms. Kaye provided feedback to the Cooperative regarding her experience in the hope of improving Board election processes and procedures in the future.

The following is her letter to the Board. Download the full letter at the link below.

Image excerpt of Sonja Kaye letter to Cass County Electric Cooperative

For more information about Kaye and her candidacy, visit her Facebook page or contact her at kayesonja@gmail.com.

© 2021, Sonja KayeOpinions expressed here are those of the author.

Sonja Kaye is a retired business owner and community activist. She lives in south Fargo with her husband and their two cats, and they have three young adult children. Her hobbies include gardening and studying power systems, including her own roof-top solar production.

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