Spring into Elections: The Primaries are Just Around the Corner!

The energy industry is at the forefront of many debates – here at home and abroad – and we, as natural gas and petroleum industry workers and supporters, are an integral piece of our collective energy future. Throughout the many trials and tribulations of the past two years, domestic energy workers have kept the lights on for Americans and have kept our energy supply running smoothly and efficiently, all while the debates swirl around us. 

As a natural gas and petroleum supporter, one of the key ways we can continue to support our industry is by using our voices and our votes to elect the candidates that best represent our needs. As primary elections pop up across the country, it is imperative that we, along with our family and friends, register to vote and exercise our right to vote in the upcoming elections. 

Voting in every election, both primary and general, is the best way for citizens across the nation to have a say in the future of our country. Local, state, and federal elections and candidates can all have an impact on our daily lives, our industries, and our energy future. For those across the Coterra footprint, we encourage you to take a moment to familiarize yourself with the candidates in your area, the dates of your elections, and check on your registration status. Please refer to the graphic below to ensure you know when your primary election is taking place and click the buttons below to learn more about the election in your state. 


New Mexico residents must register to vote by Tuesday, May 10th.

Oklahoma residents must register to vote by Friday, June 3rd.

Pennsylvania residents must request an absentee ballot by mail, online or in-person by Tuesday, May 10th.

Texas residents eligible to vote early by mail must request a ballot by mail, online, or in-person by Friday, May 13th.


George Stark

George is the Director of External Affairs at Coterra Energy. He is responsible for managing all public relations, community outreach, advertising and political affairs for the company. Prior to working with Coterra, George held numerous public policy, public relations and governmental affairs positions in both Pennsylvania and Maryland. George graduated from Dickinson College in Pennsylvania with a degree in Political Science.

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