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Society Elections 2013
The Society elects its Honorary Officers (the President, Vice President and Treasurer), Council and Advisory Board every two years. The next election takes place in 2013 with the results announced at the Annual General Meeting taking place on 28 September 2013.
The election document containing candidates' statements and a ballot paper will be published with the June RPS Journal. Members may download a copy from the members' download area or by clicking here. A summary of the statements will be included in the July/August Journal. Please ensure that the instructions for returning ballot papers are followed precisely so as not to invalidate your votes.
Voting will remain open until 5pm on Monday, 23 September 2013.
Details of The Society's election procedures can be found in the members' area of the website.
Following the publication of the election document and ballot paper with the June Journal one candidate, Peter Hayes, has withdrawn from the forthcoming election for ‘pressing personal reasons’. A revised election document and ballot paper has been published in the members' download area of the website, click here to download a copy. The original ballot paper remains valid.
If you have already voted and wish to revise your vote in the light of the above, The Society’s Officers have agreed that you may submit a new ballot paper provided the requirements concerning the submission of the ballot paper detailed on page 23 of the election document are adhered to. If you wish to receive an official election envelope this may be had on request from the Director-General (e:firstname.lastname@example.org). Where The Society receives a second envelope from you it will be recorded as a resubmission and will replace your original sealed envelope.
The closing date for the return of ballot papers to The Society’s headquarters is 5pm on 23 September. The results will be announced at the Annual General Meeting on 28 September and will be published on the website the same day.
Dr Michael Pritchard