October 27, 2006
It’s time for the 2006 ACNA Board of Director Elections. Audi Club North Americas National Board consists of nine Directors. Members are entitled to vote in the Clubs 2006 national election. Of the eight candidates on the ballot, the three earning the most votes will serve a three year term beginning in 2007.
Candidates have the opportunity to express their positions in the 2006 Board of Director elections. Unless the statements are libelous, unclear or defamatory, they appear as submitted. Only the candidates vouch for the accuracy of any facts or allegations contained herein. Nothing presented in these statements reflects an official position of either quattro quarterly Magazine or Audi Club North America, and we cannot be responsible for errors in fact.
Members in good standing, including paid family members, may vote in this election. Associate and complimentary members may not vote. The names of the winning candidates will appear on Audi Club North America Website December 5, 2006, and the winners will take office January 1, 2007 for a term of three years.
Audi Club North Americas National Board consists of nine Directors. Members are entitled to vote in the Clubs 2006 national election. Of the eight candidates on the ballot, the three earning the most votes will serve a three year term beginning in 2007.
After reading their statements (found on the following pages), decide which candidates you believe are best qualified, then vote for up to three separate candidates and mail the ballot.
Also, the following bylaw amendment proposals approved by the ACNA Board of Directors are included on the 2006 election ballot.
Please vote for the candidates of your choice, for or against the proposed bylaw amendments, and sign and date your ballot.
BALLOTS MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER THAN November 30, 2006.
Return the completed ballot to: Audi Club North America,
111 North Main Street, Oconomowoc, WI 53066.
- 2006 ACNA Board of Directors Election Candidate Statements (PDF)
- Audi Club North America (external)