PBT ELECTION'S… 2019

PBT Officers Coming Up for Election:

Every odd year, PBT Officers come up for election as well as seven Board of Directors at the Annual Membership meeting on October 11, 2019 during the Convention.  All positions are elected by the full members to serve a two year term of office to give their best for PBT business activities. Full members must be present at the meeting to vote and dues must be current as of August 11, 2019.

2019 PBT Officers Coming Up for Election:

  1. President Bo Jones
  2. Vice President Michael Byrd
  3. Secretary Judy Grandmaison-Warren
  4. Treasurer Melinda Webb
  5. Parliamentarian Eddie Dees

6.3 NOMINATIONS AND ELECTION OF OFFICERS

6.31 A nominating committee consisting of the seven (7) Directors, whose term does not end in the current year, will be appointed as a Special Committee by the President.
6.311 Any member of this committee who wishes to run for office must resign from the committee and no replacement can be appointed.
6.312 This committee will nominate one (1) person for each office.
6.32 Nominations may be made by Full Members from the floor.
6.33 The President will be elected first. Then the Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Parliamentarian will be elected in that order.
6.34 In the event that no candidate receives a majority of the vote on the first ballot, a runoff election will be held between the two candidates who received the most votes.

If you wish to be considered for one of these positions, EMAIL AN “INTENT TO RUN” notice to President Bo Jones BY AUGUST 15, 2019. (bojones@pcpba.com)

All candidates who submit an “Intent to Run” notice by the deadline will have an opportunity to send a write up explaining who they are and why you should vote for them that will be emailed to all members of PBT.

Nominations for all positions can also be made from the floor at the October 11th meeting.


Board of Directors


PBT Board of Director Positions Coming Up for Election:

  1. Matt Clark
  2. Ken W. Good
  3. Ronnie Long
  4. John McClusky
  5. Glenn Meeker
  6. Ramona Salinas
  7. Scott Walstad

2019 Elections for Professional Bondsmen Board Positions!

Every year seven PBT Board of Directors positions come up for election at the PBT Annual Membership meeting. Each October seven PBT Board of Director seats are elected by the membership to serve a two year term of office and to give their best for PBT business activities. If you are an interested candidate for one of these seven PBT Board of Director seats this is your opportunity and your notice to make your desires known.

This is your opportunity to put your name in the running for an elected position on the PBT Board of Directors

If you wish to be considered for one of these positions, EMAIL AN “INTENT TO RUN” notice to President Bo Jones BY AUGUST 15, 2019. (bojones@pcpba.com)

All candidates who submit an “Intent to Run” notice by the deadline will have an opportunity to send a write up explaining who they are and why you should vote for them that will be emailed to all members of PBT.

Nominations for all positions can also be made from the floor at the October 11th meeting.

NOMINATIONS AND ELECTION OF DIRECTORS

6.41 The Nominating Committee will recommend one (1) person for each of the seven (7) Director seats which are up for election.
6.42 Nominations may be made by Full Members from the floor.
6.43 When nominations have ceased, one (1) vote will be taken, using a secret ballot which will provide one (1) space for each of the seven (7) Director seats being voted on.
6.44 Each voting member will mark his or her ballot by writing in one (1) name from the list of nominees for each of the seven (7) seats.
6.441 In the event more than seven names have been placed in nomination, the seven (7) names receiving the most votes will be the elected.
6.442 In the event of a tie, there will be a runoff between those individuals.

VOTING REQUIREMENTS AND CONDUCT OF ELECTIONS

6.1 WHO MAY VOTE
Full Members may vote in all elections and on any other matters providing that:
6.11 They are physically present at the meeting or election; and,
6.12 Their current year dues are paid in full; except that,
6.121 In order to vote at the Annual Meeting, dues must be paid in full (60 days prior to elections at the Annual meeting.)

6.2 METHODS OF VOTING BY GENERAL MEMBERSHIP
6.21 All elections for officers and directors will be held by secret ballot.