Nick Myers for Corporation Commission

Some of my accomplishments at the commission include:

Restoring water service to a local community that had their water removed arbitrarily and capriciously by the local utility.
Helping a customer who was discriminated against by a utility with her formal complaint, and ultimate settlement with the utility.
I was pivotal in the groundbreaking effort within the state of Arizona that culminated in getting an interim manager installed into a Class A utility that had been abusing customers and ratepayer money for over 20 years.
Ongoing battles with a utility in an effort to get the utility to uphold it’s openly stated commitments to customers.

I am first and foremost a Husband and Father. I have been married to my lovely wife, Katerina for almost 17 years. We have 3 daughters. All of them are currently home-schooled and are all very intelligent. We run the family business together, and have for almost a decade.

I have spent the last four years working with the ACC to remedy decades of water issues for my community. Combining that with my 20 years of experience in the corporate world, followed by my years of being an entrepreneur, gives me the understanding and ability to confidently make policy decisions that benefit everyone. I understand first hand the trials and tribulations of dealing with the Commission from a ratepayer viewpoint. This experience places me in a unique position to fight for people like you, the customers of the utilities. Additionally, my background in software engineering, engineering management, and IT provide me with a unique experience into the communications and securities industries. My background lays a great foundation for being able to create fair policies at the commission with an understanding of many of the industries that are regulated.

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