Ohio Citizen Action adds Local Electric Aggregation Issues to list of endorsements


COLUMBUS — Following last week’s round of candidate endorsements, Ohio Citizen Action (OCA) proudly announced today the organization’s second round of c4 endorsements for the 2022 election cycle. The endorsements include electric aggregation ballot initiatives currently being considered in the Ohio communities of Clayton (Issue #14), Trotwood (Issue #23), and Marble Cliff (Question #48). 

“Ohio Citizen Action is excited to be offering our support and endorsement to the communities of Clayton, Trotwood, and Marble Cliff as they give their voters the chance to say yes to electric aggregation,” said Ohio Citizen Action Political Director Kyle Marcum. “Aggregation can promote electricity savings by bringing consumers together to leverage buying power and secure better rates.”

As part of their work around these announced aggregation endorsements, OCA will be knocking on doors and talking with Ohio voters in those communities about the ballot initiatives and the benefit of electric aggregation measures. OCA is a c4 organization that focuses on mobilizing Ohioans around improving environmental quality, protecting consumers, and preserving voting rights. 

“In the Village of Marble Cliff, the electric aggregation ballot initiative will also give voters the opportunity to support 100 percent renewable clean energy plans where power purchased by the utility serving that area is generated by zero-emissions sources,” said Marcum. “Renewable energy aggregation plans can reduce carbon emissions and create both a healthier environment and a healthier economy.”