It’s election time again for TECT and the trust has again appointed Warwick Lampp from electionz.com Ltd as its independent returning officer to manage the process.
The trust is administered by six trustees, with three trustees retiring by rotation every two years. Nominations closed for the 2018 TECT election at midday Friday 1st June.
Independent Returning Officer, Warwick Lampp, says that this year there has again been strong interest in the election with 19 candidates nominated for the three positions available on the trust. This compares to 11 candidates in 2016, 19 candidates in 2014, and 23 in 2012. The confirmed candidates for the 2018 election are:
CAMERON, John (JC)
Current trustees Paul Tustin and Ron Scott have chosen not to stand, but Pete Blackwell is re-standing.
The election is being carried out by both internet and postal voting, with voter packs being sent out on Monday 25th June. This is the seventh election for TECT that has used online voting, but beneficiaries can only vote using one method. If votes are received by both internet and post from the same consumer, both their votes will be invalid. Each beneficiary is entitled to one vote irrespective of how many power connections they may have. Voting closes at midday on Friday 20th July.
Any queries about the election of trustees or eligibility to vote can be made to the Independent Returning Officer, Warwick Lampp, on the election helpline 0800 666 029.
Independent Returning Officer – TECT
0800 666 029
021 498 517
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