Electrical relaxation studies of acid-form NAFION-117 membranes dried in situ at 3 80K in vacuum have been carried out. Significant electrical conductivity is found and the data are found to be non-Arrhenius. The results are converted to the electrical modulus representation and a conductivity relaxation is observed. A stretched exponential is best-fit to the conductivity relaxation and again, non-Arrhenius behavior is observed for the peak position. Finally, at low temperatures, a new dielectric relaxation peak is found which has an activation enthalpy of about 0.57 eV (13 kcal/mol). This relaxation is analogous to the Gamma-relaxation observed in mechanical relaxation studies.