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All campaign violations will be emailed to Lisa Smothers (email@example.com). Violations will be reviewed by the Election Committee and may result in a disqualification by this committee.
Endorsements of candidates can NOT be made.
Each State may nominate one member as a candidate for National Parliamentarian.
All final campaign materials must be approved by the FBLA-PBL Elections Committee prior to the candidate interviews. Candidates will receive an email from the Committee Chair approving the materials or noting any changes that need to be made.
For FBLA, each State Chapter may register State Voting Delegates. How do these delegates get registered for the NLC?
Each state chapter in good standing shall be entitled to send two voting delegates its active membership. These State Voting Delegates vote on the election of the National President, National Secretary, National Treasurer, and any bylaw amendments. State Key Contacts will determine each of their two State Voting Delegates based on a form which is due by
Each local chapter in good standing shall be entitled to send from its active membership, two to four local voting delegates and one alternate for each voting delegate to the National Leadership Experience in accordance with the following: Under 50 members—two voting delegates. 50–100 members—three voting delegates. Over 100 members—four voting delegates. In FBLA, these
Candidates for elected offices will be elected by ranked voting. A majority vote will determine the winner for each elected office. Definition: Preferential/Ranked voting is any election voting system in which voters use a ranked (or preferential) ballot to select more than one candidate (or other alternative being voted on) and to rank these choices
No. A State can run more than two candidates, but only one can be elected. If a State would run more than two candidates and both receive the most votes, the candidate with the lower office would be dropped. In PBL, this does not affect unopposed positions. A state may have one elected officer and
For FBLA the offices of president, secretary, and treasurer, the Q & A Session (not to total more than 15 minutes in length for each office) will take place in General Session II. For FBLA, the offices of the regional vice presidents, a brief Q & A Session (not to total more than 15 minutes