Read about support for Carol Dillin

Gail Bergeron
June 23, 2022


Dear Carol,


Congratulations!  We are pleased to inform you that the National Women’s Political Caucus of Washington has voted to endorse your candidacy for Clark County Public Utilities District Commissioner, Position #2.  


With this endorsement, you may use the name “National Women’s Political Caucus” and/or “National Women’s Political Caucus of Washington”, and may include the name of our President, Olgy Diaz, on your campaign literature and materials, on your website and social media communications and in press releases.  


We encourage you to follow us across our social media channels (NWPCWA on Facebook, @NWPCWA on Twitter, and @nwpcwa on Instagram).  We are delighted to share content from you and your campaign and to promote your campaign events and activities, so please tag us or email materials to us–and be sure to check out the content we share from other endorsed candidates across the state. 


Your endorsement and picture will be posted on our NWPC-WA website, We also will share this endorsement across our social media channels. We would love to tag you and expand the reach of your campaign on social media! To assist us, please email a reply as soon as possible with your social media handles (Twitter, Instagram, Facebook page/username, as applicable).  


Gail Bergeron

Clark County Endorsement Chair

The Columbian

July 15, 2022

“From a field of three knowledgeable candidates for the primary election, The Columbian’s Editorial Board recommends Nancy Barnes and Carol Dillin for Clark Public Utilities Commissioner, District 2.

As always, this is merely a recommendation. The Columbian suggests that voters examine the candidates and the issues before making an informed decision for the Aug. 2 primary. The top two vote-getters will advance to the November general election.

For many voters, Clark Public Utilities commissioner is a low-profile position; but it is an important one. The winner will be elected to a six-year term overseeing a publicly owned utility that has an annual budget of about $340 million and is tasked with providing electricity and water to residences and businesses throughout the county.”

Read the full story at the Columbian website. 

Watch the editorial board meeting on YouTube.