(Posted on behalf of Patrick Cox, Chair of the Elections Committee. The committee apologizes for the delay in posting.)
On behalf of the H-Net Elections Committee (Ryan Dunch, Lorna Zukas, David Prior, Charles Reed, and Patrick Cox, chair), I write to announce the start of the H-Net Election Season.
The following H-Net offices are subject to election in this cycle:
- three council members, three-year term;
- a Vice President of Teaching, two-year term;
- a Vice President of Research and Publications, two-year term; and
- a President-Elect.
For details regarding the roles of council members and officers, as well as election eligibility and procedures, see the H-Net Elections site.
There is no registration process for voting. Voting will be conducted in the H-Net Commons. All individuals who currently hold at least one network editorship, council position, or staff position will be able to vote. To ensure that you will be able to vote, confirm that you can log into your Commons account, and that you are set as a trained and certified editor on the networks you edit.
If you have questions about the election, or issues with Commons access, please contact the Help Desk. Staff will try to help even during the voting period, but it is safer to resolve any issues in advance.
November 6 - November 14, 2018: NOMINATIONS OPEN.
Nominations are hereby open, and will close at 11:59 pm US Eastern Standard Time (EST) on November 14, 2014.
All nominations should be sent to the chair of the H-Net Elections Committee, Patrick Cox at email@example.com, with a cc. to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once the Elections Committee has confirmed the nomination it will be posted to the HNET-STAFF network. Self-nominations are welcome.
Candidates for election are encouraged to post a brief biography or position statement to HNET-STAFF, but this is not required. Position statements and links to the candidate's editor profile will be posted for eligible voters to examine.
November 14 11:59 am (EST) NOMINATIONS CLOSE
Please submit your nominations before noon Eastern time on November 14 – thank you!
November 15 midnight (EST) - November 17 11:59 pm (EST), inclusive, VOTE.
Voting begins at 12:00 AM, US Eastern Time, November 15. The polls will remain open until 11:59 pm November 18, US Eastern Time.
November 18 11:59 p.m. (EST) POLLS CLOSE
A link to the ballot, as well as other relevant election information, can be found on the Elections page.
NOTE: All times are listed in US Eastern Standard Time is UTC-5.