Nominations Committee

The Nominating Committee is responsible for recruiting IEEE members as volunteers for Section offices. They prepare slate of nominees for elections and governing election process. The nominating committee must contain at least 3 members.

According to the Bylaws of the Twin Cities Section, the nominating commitee is to the below calandar in it's operations:

Section 1

The Twin Cities Section Chair with the approval of the Twin Cities Section Executive Committee shall appoint a Nominating Committee consisting of three (3) members, not then officers of the Twin Cities Section.

Section 2

The nominations of the Nominating Committee will be announced to the Twin Cities Section membership and, following this, a minimum of twenty-eight (28) days allowed for additional nominations by petition. To be valid, the petition must be signed by two (2) percent of the Twin Cities Section membership.

Section 3

If only one nomination is made for each office, the election will be made at the December Twin Cities Section Executive Committee Meeting. If additional nominations are made, election will be by ballot, distributed to the membership with the vote counted by a Tellers Committee appointed by the Twin Cities Section Chair.

Section 4

The timetable for this procedure is as follows, unless modified by the Chair with the approval of the Executive Committee:

Appointment of Nominating Committee by 1 July
Close nominations by petition by 15 September
Announcement of Nominations to all members by 15 September
If required, a ballot shall be mailed prior to by 15 September
Hold Election by 15 December

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