[HamWAN PSDR] Voting Process Proposal RE: VOTE: Board Director Elections
Nigel Vander Houwen
nigel at nigelvh.com
Tue Jul 2 13:34:42 PDT 2019
That’s a reasonable observation, and I don’t believe you’d be the first to note it. I would be interested in hearing specific suggestions around remedying that. Though I’m not sure how much administrative latitude we have without actually changing the constitution, as it’s fairly clear on allowing anyone at any time.
> "Any Supporting Member may announce his or her intention to be elected as a Director at any time, and must set a 7-day voting period to end no later than 21 days from the initial announcement of intention to run. Supporting Members are entitled to one vote each. Election of a board member shall be successful if the candidate receives more “Yea” votes than “Nay” votes."
> On Jul 2, 2019, at 13:24, Sheppard, Mark <Mark.Sheppard at seattle.gov> wrote:
> To HamWAN Board and Supporting Members:
> The HamWAN PSDR Board of Director’s nomination and voting process, while it works and yields a very viable board of hard working committed folks – it is appears to me to be a bit hard to track and keep up with. As someone declares their candidacy – that triggers a vote on that individual by those reading the email thread. But it is never clear who else may be declaring. It seems that having the ability to see the complete list of those declared candidates and then the electorate having the ability to review that slate and then vote, based on the knowledge of who all is running would support more informed decision making.
> I am aware the current election practices are supported by the by-laws but we probably have some latitude to make administrative changes to the process if these are deemed to add value to the process and outcomes.
> Thank you for considering this proposal – Mark
> Mark Sheppard, N7LYE
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