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Chapter, regional group elections are on!

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Date: 
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Author: 
Joe Young

The 2013 election for at-large positions on the Angeles Chapter Executive Committee (Excom) and for each Regional Group begins Nov. 1 and ends Dec. 2. All members are urged to vote for these important leadership roles.

Candidates for the Executive Committee are: Carole Mintzer*, David Haake*, Charming Evelyn*, Sharon Koch*, Sue Northrup*, Jose Mendez*, Coby King*, Ray Hiemstra*, Theresa Brady**, Marcia Hanscom** and Lynne Plambeck**. (*Selected by Chapter's Nomination Committee.
**Nominated by petition.
Two voting options were available for members:
 
1)  Online e-Ballot - Vote using the e-Ballot emailed on November 1 to each active member who has provided an email address for member communications.

2)  Paper Ballot - Request an paper ballot and a copy of candidate statements for the Chapter Excom and your Group by contacting George Watland, 213-387-4287 ext. 210, george.watland@sierraclub.org.

You may also mail a request for paper ballots to the Angeles Chapter Office at the address below.  Please include the names of other Sierra Club members in your household needing a paper ballot along with your mailing address.

Please note that all members who voted by paper ballot last year will automatically receive a paper ballot again during the week prior to Nov. 1.  No other request is required.  If you have not received a paper ballot by Nov. 1, please request one as noted above.

All paper ballots must be returned by 6:00 pm on Monday, Dec. 2, 2013 either by mail or in-person at:
Elections Committee
Sierra Club Angeles Chapter
3435 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 320
Los Angeles, CA  90010

For more information, go to http://bit.ly/1fyyuS5.
 

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