The candidates for available council positions in this year's election have been announced.

The 2022 election will see the position of Chair along with four Council member posts all becoming available.

This year’s election sees the Council member candidates elected unopposed, with two candidates for the position of Chair.

The full list of BSAC Election 2022 candidates is: 

Chair (one position available) 

  • Edward Haynes
  • Andrew Shenstone

Council member (four positions available) – elected unopposed

  • John Gibbons
  • Helen Howard-Jones
  • Lisa Shafe

Details on the candidates and their CVs will be released at a later date before voting takes place.

The successful election candidates will take up their BSAC Council positions after the 68th BSAC AGM on Saturday 14 May at 10:00.

As with the previous two years, the 2022 AGM will be held online and all members are invited to attend. Details on how to pre-register to participate in the online AGM and pre-register any questions you may have for Council will be available on the BSAC Election 2022 website provided by Civica. The details of how to access the site will be emailed to you at a later date.

How to vote in the BSAC Election 2022

BSAC members with a valid email address and who are eligible to vote will be emailed full details of the online voting process for the BSAC Election 2021, including online voting codes and links to the candidate CVs, from the end of March. This email will come from Civica Election Services Ltd. (CES). If you do not receive an email from Civica, please contact us at membership@bsac.com or by calling 0151 350 6201 (office hours are 09:00-17:00).

All voting in the 2022 election will be done online unless members specifically registered for a postal vote. To register for a postal vote, please email maryt@bsac.com with your name and membership number.

Make sure we can contact you 

You can ensure your email address is correct by checking your details via your MyBSAC account, where you can update your email address online if it's out of date.

BSAC is keen that as many members vote as possible so is also asking all Branch Officers to check that their club members have received their voting codes from Civica Election Services Ltd. (CES) from the end of March.  If not, please get in touch.

 

 


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