The Homer Electric Association announced the results of its Board of Directors election on Thursday, with one incumbent keeping his seat and two new directors elected to the board.
The 2020 election was for three seats on HEA’s board, one for each district in HEA’s service territory.
For District 1, which represents Kenai, Nikiski and parts of Soldotna, James “Jim” Duffield II of Kenai won against Erik Hendrickson of Kenai.
For District 2, which represents, Soldotna, Sterling and Kasilof, Charles “C.O.” Rudstrom of Soldotna ran unopposed and won.
For District 3, which represents Kasilof south to Kachemak Bay, incumbent Eugene Alan “Jim” Levine of Homer won a three-way race against Troy A. Jones of Homer and Pete Kinneen of Anchor Point.
The election was held by mail-in ballot only this year due to concerns about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ballots were sent out to all HEA members on April 6 and had to be received by HEA by 5 p.m. on May 6 in order to be counted.
For more information about the election or for questions about services, visit the HEA website or call 800-478-8551.