Have you received your ALIA election ballot?

In case you haven’t heard, there’s an election open for the ALIA Board of Directors! Yes, you are lucky I told you – you’re welcome.

I wrote a post on this blog when the ballots opened about how you can expect to receive voting information and what to do if you haven’t gotten it yet. With only a week and a half left until voting closes, I’d like to revisit this. Please follow the instructions below.

  1. Have you voted?
    • Yes – great, good on you, thank you.
    • No  – go to next question.
  2. Why haven’t you voted?
    • I don’t know who to vote for  – that’s easy, vote for me! Or see Hugh Rundle’s blog or the ALIA Sydney blog for more candidate information.
    • I don’t care – then vote for me! Or, whatever. You should care, but if you’re reading this and you still don’t care, um, why are you reading this?
    • I didn’t receive any information about voting – go to next question.
  3. Have you checked your email lately? Did you receive an email from the Australian Electoral Company? Did it go into your spam folder?
    • Oh, yes, there it is. I’ll just go and vote online then  – great, problem solved.
    • Nope, nothing – go to next question.
  4. Have you checked your mailbox for a letter from the Australian Electoral Company?
    • Oh, yes, there it is. I’ll just fill out the ballot and return it then – great, problem solved.
    • Nope, nothing – go to next question.
  5. Please call the Australian Electoral Company on 1800 224 420 or email them on help@austelect.com. It’s not too late for them to send you a ballot form.

Remember, to make your vote for Director valid you must number at least two of the boxes, and to vote for Vice President (President Elect) you must number both boxes.

Vote!

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One response to “Have you received your ALIA election ballot?”

  1. jzgarnett says :

    I voted yesterday. But yes, check your spam folder – that’s where mine went!

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