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HOA Elections: A Step-by-Step Guide to Plan, Properly Notice, and Execute Successful Elections

Stop us if you've heard this one before: You announce an HOA election providing proper notice, yet only a handful of owners show up to vote. You end up short of your quorum requirements, and you have to start all over again with your fingers crossed that next time, your luck will be better, and your election will be successful. Or instead, you hold your election, get definitive results—you think—but then the election gets challenged.

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Judy Robinson - October 15, 2014 1:34 PM

I am interested in knowing how difficult it is to stop my condo board from using the proxies to keep members on the board. They president uses them to decide elections. There are always more proxies turned in than voters at the election. The property manager claims that it would be to expensive to change.

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