Date: Sunday, May 12, 2019

Place: Novotel Bangkok Sukhumvit 20

Room: Benjasiri 1, 5th Floor

Time: 1.30 PM – 5.00 PM

At the District Council Business Meeting, you will be asked to elect the leaders who will lead District 97P in the coming year, and approve the alignment of our clubs for 2019-2020, among other business.

Who are the District Council?

The District Council are the club presidents, vice presidents education or their proxies and the members of the district executive committee: District Director, Program Quality Director, Club Growth Director, the Immediate Past District Director, Public Relations Manager, Administrations Manager, Finance Manager, Division Directors , and Area Directors.

Who can be a proxy holder?

Either the club president or the club vice president education may designate, in writing, any active member in good standing of the club to act as a proxy or proxies and cast one or both of the club’s ballots at the district council meeting.

Instructions to Assign a Proxy

To assign the club’s voting ballots — please complete the Proxy form (you can get it from the button below), pass it (in person, by mail, by fax, by email, or other reasonable means) to the proxy holder and have that person present a paper copy at the Credentials Desk to pick up the voting ballots.

Who is entitled to one vote?

Each member of the district council or club proxy for the club president or vice president education in attendance at the District Council meeting.

Who is entitled to two votes?

Any active member who carries the proxies of both the club president and the vice president education from the club.

A Toastmaster belonging to two or more clubs may cast one vote for each of two clubs, but is limited to a maximum of two votes, regardless of the number of clubs to which they belong.

All other Toastmasters (except members of the district executive committee) are limited to a maximum of two votes, regardless of the number of clubs to which they belong.

Who is entitled to three votes?

Any Toastmaster who is also a member of the district executive committee.

The maximum number of votes that any Toastmaster may cast is three, regardless of the number of clubs to which that Toastmaster belongs.

There is no provision for a member of the district executive committee to assign their proxy.

Any Toastmaster may attend a District Council Meeting. However, only the voting members of the District Council (listed above) may make motions, discuss motions, vote, and transact other business.

Do It Right- Do It Now

Nassara Suwasaraporn, DTM

2018-2019 District Director

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