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March 27, 2004

ALA Election Update

Last year, in 52 days ALA received less than 10,000 ballots. This year, with only ten days since the "polls opened," ALA has received over 5,000 ballots.

1/4 of all ballots mailed out this year were paper ballots. We can expect a lag time for this participation, but I'm still surprised that ALA has received so few of them. We forget how slow snail-mail is: the paper goes out, the paper sits on the table, the paper must be filled out, the paper must be mailed back.

Keep voting--it's your association!


Electronic ballots submitted 5,231

Paper ballots submitted 50

Total 5,281

Web email notification and paper ballot mailing have been completed.

Total votes in 2003 election: 9,844


Posted by kgs at March 27, 2004 09:32 AM

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