L E A G U E O F S O U T H E A S T E R N C R E D I T U N I O N S , I N C .
“Candidate Nomination and Certification Forms” for Bylaw and policy compliance and certify the eligibility of candidates who will appear on the ballot. 5.
A primary member credit union shall be eligible to vote if such credit union has paid its League dues in full, postmarked on or before March 31st of the election year. Credit unions eligible to vote for a League Director in elections will vote by ballot. All primary member credit unions are entitled to cast one (1) vote for each director election being held. A ballot, accompanied by the candidate’s nomination and certification information, will be sent to eligible credit unions that have requested a Ballot and Pass Code no later than the second Monday in April of any election year. Ballots may be faxed, mailed or emailed to the designated agent. Ballots must be received by designated agent via mail, facsimile, or email with “Provided Private Pass Code” no later than 5:00 p.m. Central Standard Time (6:00 p.m. Eastern Time) on May 1 or first working/business day by 5:00 p.m. Central Time (6:00 p.m. Eastern Time) of any election year, and must be certified (signed by elected official or CEO) by the voting credit union in order to be counted. Ballot and Private Pass Code can be requested by completing and returning “Ballot Request Form” to designated person at the League of Southeastern Credit Unions. This form must be signed by the credit union’s Board designated person and can be returned via fax or mail. Upon receipt of the “Ballot Request Form”, the League will fax or mail the ballot to the designated person with “private pass code” assigned to your ballot. Only one ballot per credit union and said credit union shall be eligible to cast one (1) vote for each director position contained on that ballot. In the event that only one official “Candidate Nomination and Certification Form” is received for a membership category seat, ballot(s) will not be sent to the credit union(s). The Designated Agent shall declare the single qualified candidate elected by acclamation. In the event no candidates have been qualified for any position for which an election is to be held, the President’s Office shall conduct a Special Election” following the same procedures as a regular election. The President’s Office may establish timelines for the Special Election. The “Membership Category List”
Published on Sep 13, 2011