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2013 ACSA Vice President/President-elect: 2nd Ballot

February 14, 2013

THE INITIAL BALLOT FOR VICE PRESIDENT/PRESIDENT-ELECT RESULTED IN A TIE. 

ACSA Rule of the Board, VII. ACSA Board Nominations & Election Procedures, C. Election Procedure.
“In the event that one candidate for an open position does not receive a majority of the votes cast, the following procedures shall be followed. For elections with two candidates, a revote will take place and candidates will be given the option to provide additional information to accompany the ballots.”

Included below is information for ACSA Vice President/President-elect 2nd ballot including additional candidate information. Ballots were mailed out to all full-member ACSA school faculty councilors. The Faculty Councilor from each ACSA full-member school is the voting representative. Completed ballots have a return (receipt) deadline of March 6, 2013 to the ACSA offices.
 

2013 ACSA PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION: 2nd BALLOT
The President-Elect will serve on the Board for a three-year term, beginning on July 1, 2013, with the first year served as Vice President, the second year served as President, and the third year served as Past President. The links below include campaign statements written by each candidate and short curriculum vitae.

  Hsinming Fung, AIA, Southern California Institute of Architecture


  Patricia Belton Oliver, FAIA University of Houston







ACSA ELECTION PROCESS
ACSA Bylaws, Article IX, Section 3: Election Process: “Elections shall be held in accordance with the Rules of the Board of Directors. Faculty Councilors of member schools shall be responsible for encouraging colleagues to express their views regarding candidates for Association elections, and shall submit the vote of the member school they represent on behalf of all members of the faculty. The Association shall announce the results of elections and appointments as soon as feasible, consistent with the Rules of the Board of Directors”.
Ballots have a return (receipt) deadline of March 6, 2013.


2013 ACSA BOARD ELECTION TIMELINE 
February 14, 2013 - Ballots mailed to all Full-member Schools
March 6, 2013 - Deadline for receipt of ballots in ACSA office
March 2013 - Winners announced at ACSA Annual Business Meeting in San Francisco, CA

The Faculty Councilor from each ACSA full-member school is the voting representative. 


CONTACT
Eric Ellis, ACSA Director of Operations and Programs


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