There is still time if you are interested in running for a board position. Nominations will be accepted right before the vote at the next board meeting (Nov 18th). Also, don't forget to renew those memberships and exercise your right to vote. If you cannot attend the election, absentee ballots can be found in October's Drift Newsletter. Be sure to read our Annual Election Voting Procedures (section 6.3 in our Policies and Procedures) found on www.fwscca.com to make sure your vote is counted. Let's work together so we can improve our region and make it awesome.
6.3 Annual Election Voting Procedures
1) No personal voter information should appear on the ballot.
2) Members who are unable to attend the membership meeting for the election may mail a ballot to the
club Secretary. Ballots which are mailed in must have, on the outside of the envelope, a member
number or other verifiable proof of membership for each enclosed ballot.
3) The Secretary brings, unopened, all envelopes containing mail-in ballots which were received by the
latest mail delivery that day to the membership meeting.
4) If any members are present at the meeting who sent in a mail-in ballot, the Secretary returns their
5) In public view, the Assistant Regional Executive verifies that the envelopes represent valid votes, using
the latest membership roster as supplied by the National SCCA office.
6) In public view, the Secretary opens the envelope, removes the ballot(s), and deposits the ballot(s),
unexamined, in the voting box. The Secretary marks the number of ballots contained on each envelope,
and initials each envelope.
7) In public view, each present eligible member places one ballot in the voting box.
8) Ballots are counted by the Secretary and by two other non-candidate member volunteers, who are
selected by random drawing. Any two matching results establish the official election results. In the
event of non-matching results, the count will be repeated.
9) The vote totals and results are announced to the membership.
10) All envelopes and ballots are preserved by the Secretary for a period of not less than one year.