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NOTICE BY THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS

Pursuant to § 6.3(e) of the ABA’s Constitution, the District of Columbia will elect a State Delegate to fill a vacancy due to the nomination of Carolyn B. Lamm as President-Elect. The term commences immediately upon certification by the Board of Elections and expires at the conclusion of the 2011 Annual Meeting.

NOTICE BY THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS

Pursuant to § 6.3(e) of the ABA’s Constitution, the state of Tennessee will elect a State Delegate to fill a vacancy due to the nomination of Howard H. Vogel to the Board of Governors. The term commences immediately upon certification by the Board of Elections and expires at the conclusion of the 2010 Annual Meeting.

PETITIONS

Nominating petitions must be filed with the Board of Elections at Association headquarters not later than Friday, September 19, 2008. A minimum of twenty-five signatures of members of the Association is required.

While it is desirable that more than the required minimum of twenty-five names of members of the Association appear on the nominating petitions, only twenty-five names of signers of any petition will be included with the ballot. Only signatures of members of the Association will be counted. Each nominating petition must be accompanied by a typewritten list of names and addresses of the signers in the order in which they appear on the petition. The petition must also be accompanied by a one-hundred-word biographical sketch of the nominee. Forms for this purpose will be provided. The biographical sketch and a list of twenty-five signers from the nominating petitions will be included in the ballot material sent to each Association member in the state of Tennessee.

The candidate and all signers must be members of the Association whose membership is accredited to the state of Tennessee. There is no limit to the number of candidates who may be nominated in any state, and the nominations are made only on the initiative of members themselves.

Each nominee for the office of State Delegate is entitled to receive one list of the names and addresses of the Association members in his/her state. The list is to be made available only after the proper filing of nominating petitions, upon written request. The nominee should allow fourteen days from receipt of the request until delivery of the list.

Nominating petitions may be obtained from the Board of Elections at the headquarters office of the American Bar Association, 321 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654, and must be filed before the close of business at 5:00 P.M., Friday, September 19, 2008.

Ballots will be mailed to Association members in good standing, accredited to the state of Tennessee, no later than Friday, October 24, 2008.

In accordance with § 6.3(e) of the ABA Constitution, no ballots will be mailed to members when a State Delegate election is uncontested. If only one valid nominating petition is filed, the Board of Elections will certify that the sole nominee is elected.

BOARD OF ELECTIONS
Honorable Gerry Lee Alexander, Chair Louise Michaux Gonzales
Jack B. Middleton

PETITIONS

Nominating petitions must be filed with the Board of Elections at Association headquarters not later than Friday, September 19, 2008. A minimum of twenty-five signatures of members of the Association is required.

While it is desirable that more than the required minimum of twenty-five names of members of the Association appear on the nominating petitions, only twenty-five names of signers of any petition will be included with the ballot. Only signatures of members of the Association will be counted. Each nominating petition must be accompanied by a typewritten list of names and addresses of the signers in the order in which they appear on the petition. The petition must also be accompanied by a one-hundred-word biographical sketch of the nominee. Forms for this purpose will be provided. The biographical sketch and a list of twenty-five signers from the nominating petitions will be included in the ballot material sent to each Association member in the District of Columbia. The candidate and all signers must be members of the Association whose membership is accredited to the District of Columbia. There is no limit to the number of candidates who may be nominated in any state, and the nominations are made only on the initiative of members themselves.

Each nominee for the office of State Delegate is entitled to receive one list of the names and addresses of the Association members in his/her state. The list is to be made available only after the proper filing of nominating petitions, upon written request. The nominee should allow fourteen days from receipt of the request until delivery of the list.

Nominating petitions may be obtained from the Board of Elections at the headquarters office of the American Bar Association, 321 N. Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654, and must be filed before the close of business at 5:00 P.M., Friday, September 19, 2008.

Ballots will be mailed to Association members in good standing, accredited to the District of Columbia, no later than Friday, October 24, 2008. In accordance with § 6.3(e) of the ABA Constitution, no ballots will be mailed to members when a State Delegate election is uncontested. If only one valid nominating petition is filed, the Board of Elections will certify that the sole nominee is elected.

BOARD OF ELECTIONS
Honorable Gerry Lee Alexander, Chair Louise Michaux Gonzales
Jack B. Middleton

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For information, contact the ABA Service Center at 800-285-2221 or service@abanet.org, or visit abanet.org/cle.

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