Voicing Support for Advisory Council Candidate Petitions - System Open until 7 October 17:01 EDT
Yesterday, 21 September, 2009, we announced that Tom Leonard and Bill Sandiford are seeking your support for their petitions to run for the ARIN Advisory Council. There was a problem with the "cast your support" system, and individuals logging into the "booth" were unable to find the petition "elections." Please note that the problem is resolved and the system is functioning properly. All individuals who logged in yesterday have been directly notified and encouraged to try again.
Due to the issue yesterday, we are extending the time you have to cast your ballot of support by one day, until 7 October 17:01 EDT.
To be considered a candidate, each petitioner must receive support from 172 designated member representatives from ARIN's General Members in good standing. You must be the designated member representative from a General Member in good standing to voice your support for a petitioner. To update your DMR status, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can read more about the petition process and supporter requirements by visiting:
Thomas Leonard is seeking your support for his petition to run for the ARIN Advisory Council. To read his brief biography and candidate questionnaire, please visit:
You can use ARIN's online voting system to cast your support for Thomas Leonard's petition by clicking on "Cast Support" at: https://www.arin.net/app/election/#petition_17
Bill Sandiford is seeking your support for his petition to run for the ARIN Advisory Council. To read his brief biography and candidate questionnaire, please visit:
You can use ARIN's online voting system to cast your support for Bill Sandiford's petition by clicking on "Cast Support" at: https://www.arin.net/app/election/#petition_18
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact Member Services at email@example.com.
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