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Nominating someone not present at meeting

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Guest Debbie

Aloha, New to the forum.

Sit on a board for a Condo Association.

Voting for new officers took place. 3 positions were up on the 5 board membership. 3 had sent in letters for re-election. 2 were present for meeting.

4th new nomination was made by an owner on the floor before elections votes to be taken. The person nominated was not present at meeting. The wife accepted it for him. Is this allowable? This group who nominated the person gave him 70% of the vote without him present. That was now over two weeks ago and no one on the board has so much as heard from this person.

Thank you in advance for any help or wisdom in this matter.

Debbie

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Guest Edgar

The person nominated was not present at meeting. The wife accepted it for him. Is this allowable?

Well, no one has to "accept" a nomination. You're problem now is to notify him that he won and hope that he is willing to serve. If he isn't (and he doesn't have to), you'll have what's called an "incomplete" election and you'll have to vote again.

If, on the other hand, he was notified that he won and he accepted, then you simply have an officer who isn't showing up at meetings.

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