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Guest Alan Slinkard

My question is when Interim candidates are put in place, such an interim Treasurer or secretary due to abrupt
resignations, are they considered voting members on the Executive committee?

Any help you might provide here would be very much appreciated! 

Alan

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1 hour ago, Guest Alan Slinkard said:

My question is when Interim candidates are put in place, such an interim Treasurer or secretary due to abrupt resignations, are they considered voting members on the Executive committee?

There is no such thing as an “interim” officer in RONR. Someone is either an officer or they’re not. (RONR does provide for “pro tem” officers for the chairman and secretary. These officers serve only in the context of meetings and do not gain anything else associated with the permanent office, such as membership on the Executive Committee. There is no “pro tem” Treasurer.)

If your bylaws provide for “interim” officers, your bylaws should answer these questions.

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6 hours ago, Guest Alan Slinkard said:

My question is when Interim candidates are put in place, such an interim Treasurer or secretary due to abrupt
resignations, are they considered voting members on the Executive committee?

Any help you might provide here would be very much appreciated! 

Alan

There is no such thing as an "interim" officer in RONR.  Once a vacancy is filled, by whatever method your bylaws prescribe, the person newly serving *is* the new officer, and serves for the unexpired remainder of the original term.  They would have the same rights as anyone would in that office.

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