The sign in front of the Homer Electric Association building in Kenai, Alaska as seen on April 1, 2020. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)

The sign in front of the Homer Electric Association building in Kenai, Alaska as seen on April 1, 2020. (Photo by Brian Mazurek/Peninsula Clarion)

Homer Electric announces election winners

The results were announced Thursday.

The Homer Electric Association elected its 2021 Board of Directors on Thursday, according to a press release from the association.

To represent District 1, which encompasses Kenai, Nikiski and parts of Soldotna, HEA members elected Charles M. (Mike) Chenault of Kenai. He ran against Wayne Ogle, Erik Hendrickson and Joseph A. Ross.

The HEA members chose Robert K. Wall of Sterling to represent the Soldotna/Sterling/Kasilof region in District 2. He ran against Ed Schmitt.

The south Kasilof and Kachemak Bay area representative in District 3 will be Louie Flora of Homer, who was elected over the incumbent, Roy Champagne.

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