Editor’s note: The following message was sent to State Bar of Texas members on Tuesday.
In an effort to encourage voter participation and educate members on the 2018 State Bar president-elect candidates, the State Bar is sending periodic emails with messages submitted by the candidates addressing topics of their choosing. The fifth messages are available at the links below.
Note: Opinions expressed by the candidates do not necessarily reflect the views of the State Bar of Texas.
|Click here to read Lisa Blue’s message.||Click here to read Randy Sorrels’ message.|
Voting in the 2018 election for State Bar president-elect and district director is under way through 5 p.m. CT May 1. On April 2, attorneys eligible to vote were mailed an election packet that included a paper ballot, candidate brochures, and instructions on how to cast their vote. An email also was sent to attorneys, giving them instructions on how to vote online. Be sure to check your spam filter. Election emails are sent by the State Bar’s election provider, Election Services Corporation, and are sent from firstname.lastname@example.org.
The election packet and email contain a voter authorization number (VAN) with instructions on how to vote online. Attorneys may use this VAN and their bar card number to log on to the election website to cast their ballot. If attorneys do not have their VAN, they can also go to the State Bar website, texasbar.com, to cast their vote during the voting period.
Attorneys may either submit their paper ballot via mail or vote online using the information provided. The secure election system will not allow duplicate votes.
More information on the election is available at texasbar.com/election.