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2007 Board Election

Petitions

Additional nominations for election to the Board of Trustees may be made by petition of the candidate, and filed with the Chair of the Nominations Committee at <2007-petition-request@isoc.org>.

Separate petition mailboxes will be created for each valid petition request that is received.

The petition request should include:

  1. A statement whether the candidate wants to run for the Organisational Members Election or the Chapters Election, including a statement that the candidate will be able to devote an appropriate level of time to serve on the ISOC Board of Trustees.
  2. A short statement of what the petition candidate believes he or she would contribute as a Trustee of the Internet Society. All petition candidates will be listed in periodic announcements to participating Chapters and Organisational Members via electronic mail and will be posted on the ISOC web site.

On this page you will see the list of persons who have submitted a petition to be placed onto the ballot for election to the Board of Trustees of ISOC in 2007 as well as a link to their petition request statement. Election (Voting) Representatives of Chapters which are eligible to vote may support any one or more petition(s) by a person seeking to be on the ballot for a Chapter elected Trustee. Election (Voting) Representatives of Organizations which are eligible to vote may support any one or more petition(s) by a person seeking to be on the ballot for an Organization elected Trustee.

Election (Voting) Representatives will indicate their support for any such petition that they wish to support by their signature for it - in this case 'signature' shall be an e-mail sent by an Election (Voting) Representative to the e-mail address indicated for supporting such a petition. A separate e-mail must be sent for each petitioning candidate that the Election (Voting) Representative wishes to support.

Signatures in support of any such petitioning candidate must be received not later than 23:59 GMT/UTC on the 9th of March, 2007.

For a petition to be successful a candidate in the Organizational Members election needs the support of 5 valid signatures. For a petition to be successful a candidate in the Chapters election needs the support of 6 valid signatures. Successful petitioners will be placed on the ballot. The final candidate announcement will be made not later than March 23rd, 2007.


Petitioner: David McAuley (see petition request statement)

Category: Organization Member Election

To support this petition candidate, send mail to: petition-mcauley@isoc.org