Mark Bonsall Endorses Board Directors Marshall, Arnett, White, Hendrickson and Pace

Your SRP District 10 Board and Council members support low cost, reliable power and water for all customers. Now we are asking for your support in sending them back to SRP to continue that mission! Please request a ballot to vote in this upcoming Salt River Project election, on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018. Please vote for our community leaders:

Your SRP Board & Council

SRP’s Boards
There is one Board for the Association and one Board for the District. The two Boards work with management to establish policies to further the business affairs of SRP. Most often, candidates seek election to both Boards.

Mark Pace  
Board Member –
District 10, and candidate for re-election

“We need to do what is right for the shareholders and customers and try to keep a reliable source of power and water.”

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About Mark Pace

SRP’s Councils
The two Councils of SRP enact and amend bylaws relating to the governing bodies of SRP and also serve as liaisons to landowners. As with the SRP Boards, there is one Council for the Association and one Council for the District. Most often candidates seek election to both Councils. 

Bill Schrader, Jr
Council Member –
District 10, and candidate for re-election

“It’s an honor for me to serve on the Council. I am here to represent everyone to continue to look into the future.”

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About Bill Schrader, Jr.

Dave Lamoreaux
Council Member – District 10, and candidate for re-election

“We have farmed in the valley for years…we are so thankful for the great opportunity we have to live in Salt River Project., and so happy to serve.”

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About Dave Lamoreaux

Billy Schrader
Council Member –
District 10, and candidate for re-election

“We are the representatives to  keep power and water costs low and efficient.”

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About Billy Schrader


Mark Pace, SRP Board Member, along with SRP Council Members Bill Schrader, Jr, Dave Lamoreaux, and Billy Schrader are experienced SRP community representatives serving SRP customers in Chandler, Mesa and Gilbert, Arizona. They are running for re-election now, and need your support in the coming SRP election on Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018.

If you have not voted in the last SRP election, chances are you will need to request a special mail-in ballot from SRP. This is because the SRP election is run separately from the other state, county and municipal elections.

Please request your SRP ballot online at –



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Are you interested in getting more information about our SRP Board and Council candidates Mark Pace, Bill Schrader, Jr., Dave Lamoreaux, and Billy Schrader, as well as the SRP Board and Council Election on April 3rd, 2018? Please email us at srpdistrict10@gmail.com.