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Nominating committee

Guest David Poythress

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Yes, unless you have your own rule to the contrary.  Nothing in RONR prohibits it.  In fact, a member of the nominating committee is nominated for office fairly often.


Edited to add:  Here is what RONR says about it on page 433:


"Members of the nominating committee are not barred from becoming nominees for office themselves. To make such a requirement would mean, first, that service on the nominating committee carried a penalty by depriving its members of one of their privileges; and second, that appointment or election to the nominating committee could be used to prevent a member from becoming a nominee."

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