It’s time to elect Regional Directors!
Regional Directors are elected to the National Board of the Republican Liberty Caucus following the National Convention. The Regional Directors are an important link between the State Charters and the National Board.
The four Regions are (* indicate Chartered state):
- Eastern Region: Connecticut, Delaware, Maine*, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire*, New Jersey, New York*, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island*, Vermont, West Virginia and the District of Columbia*.
- Southern Region: Alabama*, Arkansas, Florida*, Georgia*, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi*, North Carolina*, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee*, Texas*, Virginia*, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.
- Midwest Region: Illinois, Indiana*, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota*, Missouri*, Nebraska*, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin*.
- Western Region: Alaska, Arizona*, California*, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah*, Washington*, Wyoming and Guam.
Nominations Open: Sunday, 2/27/2011
Nominations Closed: Friday, 3/4/2011
Ballots Issued to Officers: Saturday, 3/5/2011
Voting Closes: Friday, 3/11/2011
Results Announced: Saturday, 3/12/2011
RLC National Secretary, Jason Hellenberg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Regional Directors are the State Charters representative and voice on the National Board. A Regional Director should create a good relationship with all of the State Charters in their Region, and give monthly reports on the Charters in their Region. They should also work with State Coordinators in their region to help a Chapter become formed and functional.
Candidates for Regional Directors shall be Regular Members in good standing. Candidates may be nominated by another Regular Member, or may ask to be considered. Nominations shall be made to the National Secretary by the nomination deadline.
The Officers of Chartered states will be issued electronic ballots listing the candidates. The electronic ballot shall be returned to the National Secretary by the specified deadline, no less than five days from issuance.
Candidates have been registered, they may write a two paragraph candidate summary that will be distributed in the electronic ballots. It is advisable to have an email address included so you may be contacted directly for inquiry. Candidate summaries must be received by the close of Nominations.
The electronic ballots will counted and reported on within two days of the election deadline. The results will be mailed to the State Officers, and be posted in multiple electronic locations.
Please send all nominations directly to email@example.com. Social Media/eGroups will not be searched for nominations.