ARIN Elections are on the horizon — here are four simple steps you can take to prepare yourself as we lead up to the voting period in early November
Who can make nominations and what should a nominee expect as someone taking part in the process? What qualifications are the Nomination Committee looking for? Jason Byrne, Senior Customer Success Analyst, explains.
Voting is now open in the 2020 ARIN Elections! We share a few ways you can learn more about the candidates before casting your vote by this Friday, 30 October at 5:00 PM ET.
With the culmination of the 2020 ARIN Elections just around the corner, we offer four easy steps to help you feel prepared to cast your vote.
We’re beginning to enter the 2020 ARIN Elections season and wanted to bring your attention to a few important dates coming up. Wendy Leedy, Member Engagement Specialist, shares all the details you need to know.
We asked members of our community to explain why voting in the ARIN elections is one of the most important benefits of an ARIN membership. Remember to cast your vote by 12 October!
Voting in the ARIN Elections is an important responsibility granted to each Member organization. Do you know who the voting contact for your org is? It's easy to review, update or designate!
To assist and ensure all eligible member organizations are prepared to vote during ARIN Elections, our team is currently leading an extensive Voting Contact clean-up campaign.
ARIN Membership has its perks, but the privilege to vote for the Board of Trustees, Advisory Council, and Number Resource Organization Number Council (NRO NC) is undoubtedly the most important benefit of membership. ARIN Elections give you the chance to direct the future of ARIN, our community, and the Internet itself – no small task!
The polls are open in this year’s ARIN Board and Advisory Council elections. If you’re a designated member representative (DMR), you are the person responsible for casting a vote on behalf of your organization. Note than voter eligibility was set 60 days out from the start of the election, on 11 August 2014. The election began on 9 October 2014 and will stay open through Sunday, 19 October at 3 PM EDT. Voting in elections is the main responsibility and benefit of ARIN membership, so make sure you take advantage of this opportunity to shape ARIN leadership. Each ARIN member organization may cast one vote, so all votes count equally, and your participation is encouraged. Good voter turnout is a statistic we hope to hold up!
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