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|IMBA Board Election and Report Card Voting is Underway
We need your participation in two important online voting campaigns. Make your voice heard!
IMBA is pleased to present three new nominees, and three candidates for renewed terms, for election to our Board of Directors. The Board is elected by IMBA’s membership. Although this is an uncontested election, your vote is important to affirm our status as a membership-based nonprofit. Only members current with their annual dues are eligible to vote. Members may vote through this anonymous online form, or by mailing/faxing a paper ballot, distributed in the Fall edition of our printed newsletter Trail News (Vol. 19, No. 3). Paper ballots must be postmarked on or before the Nov. 1 deadline.
You may vote for as many as six candidates. Voting is anonymous.
Voting will end midnight (MST) on Nov. 1, 2006.
The 2006 IMBA Report Card is just around the corner and we're calling on riders to submit commentary and grades for their home regions.
The report card grades create buzz, and can spur the press, land managers and other leaders to take action in your locale. We need your input to shape this year's report, and to provide accurate information about local-level issues affecting riders. Last year's report recognized Scotland as a global superstar, and pointed to Virginia as a leader among U.S. states.
In addition to using our online form, you can send an e-mail to communications manager Mark Eller (firstname.lastname@example.org) with Report Card Comments "[STATE/PROVINCE/NATION]" as the subject. Tell us how bike access is shaping up in your neck of these woods.
Voting will end midnight (MST) on Nov. 3, 2006.
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