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Republican National Convention


Republican National Convention
  • Today on NBC

    Savannah Guthrie, co-host of NBC’s “Today,” takes a moment to pose for a picture with NRECA President Mel Coleman. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Leading Wisconsin

    Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch stops for a photo with NRECA COO Jeffrey Connor, who also met with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Penn Pride

    Rep. Glenn Thompson, R-Pa., (center) with NRECA’s John Cassady, Vice President Phil Carson, Secretary-Treasurer Curtis Wynn, COO Jeffrey Connor and Paul Gutierrez. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Global Oval

    NRECA President Mel Coleman (second from left) participated in an energy panel at the Global Oval, joined by lobbyist Jen Olson, Rep. Ted Yoho, R-Fla., and Jacqueline Quinones of the ONE Campaign. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Longtime Supporter

    Alabama State Sen. Cam Ward (center), a longtime supporter of electric co-ops, is joined by Laura Marshall Schepis of NRECA and Mike McGarey of the Nuclear Energy Institute. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • A Co-op Champion

    Rep. Greg Walden, R-Ore., (center) is a huge champion of co-ops. He talks about the issues of the day with the Ohio statewide’s Pat O’Laughlin (left) and Marc Armstrong. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Alabama Welcome

    Rep. Robert Aderholt, R-Ala., (left) takes time for a photo with NRECA’s Paul Gutierrez. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Ohio Strong

    Rep. Bill Johnson, R-Ohio, is surrounded by Marc Armstrong (left) of Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives and NRECA Vice President Phil Carson. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Take a Look

    Rep. Rodney Davis, R-Ill. (right) shows NRECA Vice President Phil Carson something on his smartphone. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • At the Hub

    Rep. Billy Long, R-Mo., (left) meets up with Jeffrey Connor, NRECA COO, at the Politico Hub. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Youth Tour Fan

    When Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., met up with NRECA’s Laura Marshall Schepis, he told her how much he enjoyed speaking to the Electric Cooperative Youth Tour delegates in June. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • From the Great Plains

    Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-N.D., (second from left) takes time for a photo with NRECA Vice President Phil Carson, Kerry Kelton, NRECA Texas Director, and NRECA COO Jeffrey Connor. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • G’day Mate!

    Sometimes it really is incredible who you meet at a political convention. NRECA President Mel Coleman (left) was able to chat with Joe Hockey, Australia’s ambassador to the U.S. They talked about broadband. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • On the Way In

    While heading to the convention hall, NRECA’s Paul Gutierrez (left) had time to visit with Rep. Adrian Smith, R-Neb., who was walking in with delegates from his state. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Two Gentlemen from Arkansas

    NRECA President Mel Coleman (right) is from Arkansas, where Tom Cotton is the junior U.S. Senator. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Florida Grown

    Bill Willingham (left), executive vice president of the Florida Electric Cooperatives Association and David Ritz (right), a director at Florida Keys Electric Cooperative Association, were greeted by Adam Putnam, Florida’s commissioner of agriculture. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Talking Geothermal

    Geothermal was among the topics when House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (center), met with (L-R) John Cassady of NRECA government relations, NRECA Vice President Phil Carson, NRECA President Mel Coleman, and Kerry Kelton, NRECA Texas Director. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • A Peach of a Picture

    Rep. Tom Price, R-Ga., (left) asked NRECA’s John Cassady to send greetings to all of the Georgia co-ops. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Nice Tote Bag

    Sam Clovis, co-chair of Donald Trump’s campaign, is surrounded by NRECA COO Jeffrey Connor and Kerry Kelton, NRECA Texas Director. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Alabama Pride

    Horace Horn (far left) and Taylor Williams (far right) of Power South met with Terry Lathan (second from left), Alabama GOP chair, and Rep. Martha Roby, R-Ala. (Photo By: NRECA)
  • Be Sure to Vote

    Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele (left) encouraged Americans to go out and vote, during a briefing hosted by The Atlantic. (Photo By: NRECA)

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