What happens when electric co-ops engage with presidential candidates?

Iowa Rural Power

Iowa Rural Power advocates Jordan Pope and Rebecca Boyer, and Iowa Association of Electric Cooperatives Executive Assistant and Youth Tour Coordinator Shelly York.

Building off the Iowa Rural Power model (read more here: Iowa Rural Power advocates ask presidential candidates one big question), rural power engagement is continuing.

Rural Power advocates across the nation are preparing to engage presidential candidates in 2016.

The video below, produced by NRECA, shows how the Iowa Rural Power program built a strong base, and explains why the co-ops have a strong voice to raise.

Stay up to date with how co-op representatives across the nation are getting involved as states are approaching primaries and caucuses at coopruralpower.com.

Also, in the next Basin Today magazine, you’ll see a story featuring Iowa Rural Power with more information on how to get involved in your home state.

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