Central Branch Vice-President Election

By closing date for nomination for the position of Central Branch Vice-President, the following eligible nominations were received:

Nominations:

Central Branch Vice-President:

MARK JAMES POWELL
RIK LEWIS WALSH

As there was more than one nomination received for the position of Central Branch Vice-President an election will be held.  

  • This election will be conducted by electronic voting.
  • Electronic voting will commence from 0900 hours 13 December 2021 and will close at 1700 hours 13 January 2022. 
  • Eligible voting Members will be provided with information including the link for election voting by email. 
  • The member’s FENZ email will be the default email. A member can elect to have the voting information and link sent to a personal email by sending the personal email address to webmaster@nzpfu.org.nz by 1600 hours 10 December 2021.  Due to the security of the electronic voting system members are assigned an individual identifier link and therefore only one email address can be used.
  • Candidate biographies as received are available for download below.

Bob Wills-Rawlings
Central Branch Returning Officer

MARK POWELL BIOGRAPHY MARK POWELL BIOGRAPHY
RIK WALSH BIOGRAPHY RIK WALSH BIOGRAPHY

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