Legislative Information

February 25, 2017

2018-19 TABSE Executive Board Nominations

Dear TABSE member:

Each year TABSE conducts elections to fill positions of Executive Board members whose two year terms are coming to an end. TABSE Executive Board positions are elected on a rotating two year term. As a result of the two year rotating term, one half of the Executive Board positions expire each year. During the 32nd Annual TABSE State Conference, newly elected officers for the positions of Correspondence Secretary, Financial Secretary, Historian and Chaplain were sworn in during the closing night Banquet to begin their two year terms.

Nominations will soon begin to be received for the following positions which will take office in 2018. Executive Board two year term positions to be filled will be: Recording Secretary, Treasurer and Parliamentarian. TABSE seeks members from throughout the state, who are interested, dedicated and qualified to serve in these capacities to submit nomination forms to be considered for elections next fall 2017. Members interested in running for office must meet the requirements of:

  1. Be a current dues paying member in a local affiliate for at least the past two years
  2. Be in good standing (dues) with TABSE as well as NABSE for at least the past two years,
  3. Be qualified in the skills to fulfill the duties of the office as listed below
  4. Be willing to give the time to serve for the two year term of office
  5. Be dedicated to help making TABSE the premiere organization of African American educators.

Nomination ballots will begin to be received from February 25, 2017 until April 29, 2017 from interested members or those members nominating other qualified members for office. Nominated members must be current dues paid members as stated earlier to be eligible to seek office. Nomination ballots received will be compiled and a Candidate Information Sheet will be made available to members by June 2017. Elections for the positions will occur in the fall of 2017 after returning from summer vacation and installation for the election winning officers will be during the 33rd Annual TABSE State Conference in 2018.

Nomination ballots will be sent to members via electronic mail and may be returned via electronic mail or U.S. Postal Service. Members are encouraged to get involved in our organization and accept the opportunity to serve on your TABSE Executive Board.

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