BOARD ELECTIONS 2017
Who Can Vote: ACLU Board of Directors
The ACLU of Montana bylaws call for a Board of Directors that is elected by our general membership. It is your non-tax-deductible membership dues payable to the ACLU, not donations to the ACLU of Montana Foundation, which make you eligible to vote. Only current ACLU members may vote.
If you received the recent ACLU of Montana newsletter, we apologize for the printing error that did not include your ID number. If you are signed up for our Action Alert system, you should receive an email from the ACLU of Montana on 2/6 with your ID number. If you want to receive your ID number immediately please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your full name and city.
- "ID Number Vote": You are eligible to vote and your account ID is listed.
- "ID Number Joint Vote": You share a joint membership with another member in your household. Each member may vote using your shared account ID twice.
- Only your address: You may either be a donor to the ACLU of Montana Foundation, and not a member of the ACLU, or your membership may not be current. If you would like to become a member or renew your membership so you are eligible to vote, join on our website. If you choose this option, email email@example.com to receive your voting ID.
Each ID may only be used once or twice for a joint membership. You will not be able to submit a ballot without an ID number.
If you would like a paper ballot, please call 406-443-8590, ext. 2. If you choose to vote via paper ballot, it must be postmarked no later than Monday, February 27.
Voting on this secure site will allow for quick tabulation of the results and maintains the integrity of our board election process.
Online votes must be cast by 11:59 p.m. on Thursday, March 2.
This year five people are up for election. You may vote for as many nominees as you like.
If you have any questions about voting in the board election or your membership status, please contact the ACLU of Montana at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-443-8590, ext. 2.