Bylaws Election Results

 

On the topic of Amendment One, which adds additional language to the nondiscrimination clause of the SEA-PAH bylaws to expand the list of classes which SEA-PAH does not discriminate against:

 

Votes Cast: 78

Votes Needed to Ratify: 52

Votes in Favor: 74

Votes Against: 4

 

This Amendment has passed

 

On the topic of Amendment Two, which removes the responsibility of maintaining the membership roster, mailing list, and sending renewal notices to the membership from the position of the Vice President:

 

Votes Cast: 73

Votes Needed to Ratify: 48

Votes in Favor: 59

Votes Against: 14

 

This Amendment has passed

 

On the topic of Amendment Three, which includes two subsections that changes the process for filling vacancies for officers other than the President and vacancies for a director of the board:

 

Votes Cast: 73

Votes Needed to Ratify: 48

Votes in Favor: 67

Votes Against: 6

 

This Amendment has passed

 

On the topic of Amendment Four, which includes three subsections that change the date of the annual meeting to January, changes the dates in which an election committee must be formed, and changes the dates in which nominations must be received:

 

Votes Cast: 72

Votes Needed to Ratify: 48

Votes in Favor: 65

Votes Against: 7

 

This Amendment has passed

 

On the topic of Non Binding Advisory Question One, which addresses members aged 18-20 (associate members):

 

Votes Cast: 77

No Change: 40

Amend to make SEA-PAH a 21+ Organization; 29

Amend to grant 18-20 year old members full membership: 8

 

On the Topic of Non Binding Advisory Question Two, which addresses the process in which the board is elected and officers appointed:

 

Votes Cast: 68

No Change: 63

Change: 5

 

The SEA-PAH Bylaws are currently being updated to reflect the results of this election, once complete, these will be made available for review.