Coming Elections for SCHOA and RCSC

Discussion in 'Sun City General Discussions' started by suncityjack, Oct 22, 2019.

  1. suncityjack

    suncityjack Member

    Since this forum has folks who know lots about how boards run or should be run and probably have had contact with some of the candidates, does anyone endorse any of the candidates or could make some educated guesses about which ones might be better for our community than others?
     
  2. Emily Litella

    Emily Litella Well-Known Member

    I think the gentleman that is running (Mr. Ege?) is a member of the Vintage Vehicles Club of Sun City. I'm glad Darla Akins is running. I wish that Stella VanNess was running again.

    Stupid question but since there's only 3 spots and 3 candidates, why would we need to vote? I'm going to vote anyway online. What would happen if there were less candidates than board openings?
     
  3. suncityjack

    suncityjack Member

    Didn't realize it was 3 for 3--well that election is easy, but votes still probably important for ranking them.
    And what of the SCHOA folks?
     
  4. aggie

    aggie Active Member

    You don't have to vote for all 3 RCSC candidates. Seeing them in person at the Candidate Forums will help to see how informed they are about Sun City issues. If you can't make it in person to one of the 2 forums, they will be available online(as long as the tape isn't lost!). The candidates must receive a minimum of 100 votes to be elected to a position on the BOD.

    SCHOA has 4 running for 3- 3 year positions. Three of the candidates have been active in Sun City and active in SCHOA. One candidate hasn't attended meetings or been at candidate functions to date. Once again you don't have to vote for 3 candidates and there is no minimum vote count to be elected.
     
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  5. Emily Litella

    Emily Litella Well-Known Member

    I'm voting for the three experienced candidates. I think they are the best qualified and well versed in how Sun City operates. I would vote for an inexperienced candidate if they had volunteer experience and had attended some meetings.
     
  6. BPearson

    BPearson Well-Known Member

    It is interesting to note the board's election committee the past several several years took ownership in finding more candidates than open spots. Hell, last year there were 8 running. Wonder if there's that little interest in the community...or from the committee?
     

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