Elections and legislation
FIVE CANDIDATES SLATED AND ONE CANDIDATE RUNNING FROM THE FLOOR FOR 2021 USBC BOARD ELECTION
The USBC Nominating Committee has slated five candidates for the upcoming USBC Board election, which will take place during the virtual 2021 USBC Convention and Annual Meeting on Thursday, April 29. Click here for the announced slate from February. The slated candidates are: Jay Daryman of York, Pennsylvania; Dennis Hacker of Longtown, Missouri; Johnny Harris of Lynchburg, Virginia; Chrissy Lee of Tampa, Florida; and Jonathan Van Hees of Hope Valley, Rhode Island.
The candidate running from the floor is Sue Schreiber of Medford, Wisconsin.
Visit the Meet the Candidates page on USBCConvention.com to learn about the candidates. Clicking the bio button for each will take you to their page, where you will find their written bio and interview with the nominating committee chair.
PROPOSED AMENDMENTS FOR 2020 AND 2021
As part of the special resolution approved by the USBC board, the proposed amendments for the 2020 Annual Meeting will be decided by delegates at the 2021 Annual Meeting. Any amendments approved at the 2021 Annual Meeting will take effect Aug. 1, 2021, unless stated otherwise.
The legislative process for the 2021 Annual Meeting did not change, as members were able request any bylaws or playing rules changes in writing to USBC by Sept. 1, 2020.
Legislation for 2020 and 2021 will be voted upon live, virtually, on April 29 during the 2021 USBC Convention and Annual Meeting. Read more HERE.
Click HERE for the proposed amendments for 2020. | Click HERE for the proposed amendments for 2021.
USBC BOARD OF DIRECTORS ELECTION
As part of the special resolution approved by the USBC board, three delegate directors were appointed by the incoming USBC president to fill the positions of the delegate directors whose terms expire July 31, 2020.
The appointed board members, approved by the full board, were selected from the slate of candidates who formed the ballot for the 2020 election. Delegates will be asked to ratify the appointments at the 2021 USBC Annual Meeting.
Click HERE to read more.