Save the date for the 2024 Bluebonnet Annual Meeting!

Annual Meeting
The crowd at a previous Annual Meeting of Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative. The 2024 Annual Meeting will be held May 14 at The Silos on 77 near Giddings. 

One of the many benefits of co-op membership is attending the Annual Meeting on the second Tuesday of every May and ensuring your voice is heard. 

Bluebonnet Electric Cooperative will host the 2024 Annual Meeting on May 14, 2024 at The Silos on 77 in Giddings. 

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Board members serve staggered three-year terms. The two seats are up for election in 2024 are District 2, Travis County and District 3, Bastrop County.


The two incumbent directors that are up for re-election are Shana Whiteley, District 2 and Bryan Bracewell, District 3. 

Proxy forms will be mailed to all members in March and due on May 7, either postmarked or dropped off at a Bluebonnet member service center



Annual Meeting FAQs

Two incumbent directors are up for re-election at the 2024 Bluebonnet Annual Meeting, Shana Whiteley in District 2, Travis County; and Bryan Bracewell in District 3, Bastrop County.


Bluebonnet’s Annual Meeting is one of the many benefits of being a member of an electric cooperative. The meeting, held each year in May, offers members the opportunity to meet the Board of Directors, the general manager and the co-op’s executive staff. Members at a traditional Annual Meeting also elect directors and attend to any business that may come before the membership. 

Two of the seats on Bluebonnet’s Board of Directors are up for election this year, District 2, Travis County; and District 3, Bastrop County.

During contested Board elections, co-op members can vote for directors in all districts. The districts in the co-op’s service area were drawn along Bluebonnet’s service area boundary and county lines. The seven districts are represented by one to three directors based on, among other things, the number of meters in each district. 

There are currently no additional ballot items to be voted on this year. However, items can be added to the Annual Meeting agenda that would require a vote by members. Those items would have to be added no later than 10 days before the Annual Meeting. 

Proxy voting allows members to designate another person to vote in his or her place. On the proxy, members can assign their vote to either Bluebonnet’s Proxy Committee or to an individual. Proxies are counted to ensure at least 1% of Bluebonnet’s members are present by proxy or in person in order to constitute a quorum. The deadline to submit a proxy form is May 7. 

The Proxy Committee is composed of all Bluebonnet Board members whose terms are not currently up for election. This year’s Proxy Committee members are Milton Shaw, Roderick Emanuel, Robert Mikeska, Byron Balke, Russel Jurk, Debbi Goertz and Ben Flencher.

No, the proxy is valid only for the meeting specified on the proxy form.

When you register at the meeting, you may revoke your proxy and then vote in person. 

Election Services Corp., which is a third-party, independent vendor that specializes in administering corporate elections nationwide. It has the experience to efficiently and accurately tally proxies and votes while protecting members’ confidential account information.

Visit, call a member service representative at 800-842-7708 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, or email

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Win a truck

Members who attend the Annual Meeting or submit their proxy by May 7 will be entered to win a 2011 Ford F-150 extended cab 4X4 that is being retired from Bluebonnet's fleet. The truck has 143,900 miles.

The drawing is planned for Wednesday, May 15, the day after the Annual Meeting.

Annual Meeting 2024 truck