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Executive Board Election Results are in Print E-mail
By Mike Nolan, Chair, USCF Election Committee   
July 23, 2009
The results of the 2009 Executive Board Election are in. 11.1% of the eligible voters cast ballots.  The four candidates who were elected to four year terms on the Executive Board are Jim Berry, Bill Goichberg, Ruth Haring and Mike Atkins.  Jim and Bill were incumbents, Ruth and Mike will take office at the conclusion of the 2009 Delegates Meeting, replacing Randy Hough, who chose not to run for another term, and Joel Channing, who had resigned.

Totals in Order of Rank
Jim Berry: 3030
Bill Goichberg:3014
Ruth Haring:2952
Michael Atkins: 2672
Michael Korenman: 822
Mike Nietman:732
Eric Hecht: 717
Blas Lugo: 657
Sam Sloan:588
Brian Lafferty:576
Brian Mottershead:435

There were also 123 Write-in ballots. A total of 4379 ballots were received.

Regional Breakdown

Reg. Hecht   Atkins  Lugo Niet Goich   Berry   Mott   Laff  Sloan Koren Haring  
 I        46      203     40      29      230     232     31      34      36      41      227     
II       82      325     62      71      389     373     39      54      88      82      361    
III      81      499     61      83      455     422     61      80      81      80      423     
IV       90      281     112     60      310     309     44      75      62      90      302     
V        71      216     59      68      249     245     35      48      51      79      252     
VI       23      79      21      95      88      97      19      18      15      30      87     
VII      65      192     65      79      246     240     41      56      44      94      239     
VIII     27      112     27      32      122     138     25      28      21      35      118     
IX       21      70      20      22      86      93      15      17        25      31      80      
X        73      158     62      64      218     262     41      43      48      84      206     
XI       88      418     75      89      473     468     56      80      80      112     497   
XII      37      100     32      31      114     125     25      29      24      40      120     
Other  13      19      21      9       34          26      3       14      13      24      40     

USCF Regions:

I. MA, CT, RI, NH, ME, VT
II. NY, NJ
III. PA, MD, VA, WVA, DE, DC
IV. FL, GA, NC, SC
V. OH, MI, IN, KY
VI. MN, WI, ND, SD
VII. IL, MO, IA, NE
VIII. TN, AL, LA, MS, AR
IX. CO, UT, KS, WY
X. TX, OK, NM
XI. SCA, NCA, AZ, NV, HI
XII. WA, OR, ID, MT, AK
 
The list of individuals receiving write-in votes is posted here.
The list of ballots received is posted here.


Mike Nolan, Chair, USCF Election Committee

 
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