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April 22, 2013

Board of Governors Election Results

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election results are in
Bradford Furlong (District 2) and James Andrus (District 9) were elected. A run-off election will be held for District 10.

election results are inWe are pleased to announce that WSBA members in Districts 2 and 9 have elected new representatives to the Board of Governors: Bradford E. Furlong, of Mount Vernon, will represent the 2nd District, and James Andrus, of Newcastle, will represent the 9th.

The 10th District election did not result in one candidate receiving over 50% of the vote, so there will be a run-off election held April 25–May 9 between Phil Brady and Allen Miller.

Learn more about Bradford Furlong, James Andrus, and the District 10 candidates on our Meet the Candidates webpage, and see detailed voting results on our Elections webpage.

2014 Board of Governors Elections: Districts 3, 6, 7-North, and 8

Have you ever considered running for a seat on the Board? There are 10 district-based positions (which are elected by active WSBA members) and 3 at-large positions (which are selected by the Board of Governors). Governors serve 3-year terms, which means that each year we need to fill 1/3 of the district positions and one at-large position. Next winter, we will invite members from Districts 3, 6, 7-North and 8 to throw their hats in the ring for the district positions.

About the Board of Governors

The Board of Governors is responsible for moving the organization forward by shaping policy, approving the WSBA’s budget, and helping to develop strategic goals, among other duties. Learn more about what it means to serve on the Board of Governors.

Did you vote?

If you were eligible to vote, did you? Why or why not? Tell us in the comments!

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