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* Announced: Once a vote is announced the membership can scrutinize and comment on the vote. Take comments into consideration. Announce the vote a week prior to locking down the language.
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* Language locked: After some time that the vote has been announced, on or before the Thursday prior to the Tuesday the vote will occur, submit the vote to secretary at pumpingstationone.org. The vote language will not be allowed to change unless quorum is not met or the vote is proposed again.
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* Voted on: This is the date the vote occurs.
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== Background ==
 
== Background ==

Revision as of 22:18, 19 December 2017

To submit a vote fill out the following template with pertinent information and follow voting rules as listed in Bylaws#Votes_of_the_Membership

Sponsors

  • Write down the names of the full member(s) sponsoring the vote

History

  • Announced:
  • Language locked:
  • Voted on:

Background

The Board of Directors is the governing body of the organization. The board could benefit from being able to carry institutional knowledge across elections. In the past 2 elections this effect has occurred naturally during elections(50% of board members have been reelected and 50% have been new members). This proposal seeks to incorporate this trend into the Bylaws.

Elections for President, Secretary, PR Director, and the Director at Large not in the most recent election, will be elected on January. Elections for Vice President, Treasurer, CTO, and the Director at Large not in the most recent election, will be elected in June.


Language

Results

Quorum: The number of votes required to have a valid vote (1/3rd of the full members must vote, check the member site. If the vote doesn't meet quorum it will have to be proposed again, and can be voted on the following week (consider campaigning for your particular vote). Yay: This is the number of members that vote but that agree with the vote language. Nay: This is the number of members that vote but that disagree with the vote language. Present: This is the total number of members that voted (physically present and by proxy) and includes those that abstained from voting.