Little Rock, Ark. -- Jan. 30, 2023 -- The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas recently launched the 2023 digital version of its popular Arkansas Legislative Directory. The digital directory is free and offered to iPhone and Android users.
"The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas Legislative Guide provides an easy-to-use tool to allow Arkansans to contact their state and federal elected officials," said Buddy Hasten, president/CEO of the Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas. "It is important that electric cooperative members stay in contact with their elected officials, and our app simplifies the process."
The digital application provides names and detailed profiles of state and federal officials, interactive contact links with telephone numbers and e-mail addresses, detailed district maps and other pertinent information.
"Arkansas' electric cooperatives are advocates for our members," said Bill Gossage, vice president of governmental affairs with the cooperatives. "As always, by working with our members, we ensure that policies and laws are fair and in the best interest of Arkansans."
The directory may be downloaded at: https://aecc.com/government-affairs/legislative-guide/.
The Electric Cooperatives of Arkansas comprise 17 electric distribution cooperatives; Arkansas Electric Cooperatives Inc. (AECI), a Little Rock-based cooperative that provides various services to the distribution cooperatives; and AECC, a generation and transmission cooperative. The distribution cooperatives provide electricity to more than 600,000 members, or customers, in Arkansas and surrounding states.