- Option A1 In–Person Elections; Nominating Committee and Nominations From Floor
Section 1. Nomination procedures: At least 30 days before each annual meeting, the chair will appoint a nominating committee of three or more members. The nominating committee will nominate at least one member for each vacancy, including any unexpired term vacancy, for which elections are being held, and determine that the members nominated are agreeable to the placing of their names in nomination and will accept office if elected. The nominating committee must widely publicize the call for nominations to all members by any medium and interview each member that meets any qualifications established by the nominating committee.
Section 2. Election procedures: After placing the nominations of the nominating committee before the members, the chair calls for nominations from the floor. When nominations are closed, the chair appoints election tellers. The election tellers distribute the ballots, collect the ballots and tally the votes, and the chair announces the results. Except when there is only one nominee for each open office, all elections are by ballot and determined by the plurality of vote. If there is only one nominee for each open office, the chair may take a voice vote or declare the election of each nominee by general consent or acclamation.
Section 3. Order of nominations: Nominations may be in the following order:
- Nominations for
- Nominations for credit committee members, if Elections may be by separate ballots following the same order as the above nominations or, if preferred, may be by one ballot for all offices.
Section 4. Proxy and agent voting: Members cannot vote by proxy. A member other than a natural person may vote through an agent designated in writing for the purpose.
Section 5. One vote per member: Irrespective of the number of shares, no member has more than one vote.
Section 6. Submission of information regarding credit union officials to NCUA: The secretary must forward the names and business addresses of board members, board officers, executive committee, credit committee members, if applicable, and supervisory committee members to the Administration in accordance with the Act and regulations in the manner as required by the Administration.
Section 7. Minimum age requirement: Members must be at least 18 years of age by the date of the meeting (or for appointed offices, the date of appointment) in order to vote at meetings of the members, hold elective or appointive office, sign nominating petitions, or sign petitions requesting special meetings.