2020 Board Election Information

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Voting opens at 12pm 5 October 2020

The RSL NSW 2020 Board Election is an important opportunity for eligible members to have their say in the composition of the Board of RSL NSW over the next 3 years.

Candidate profiles are available to view on the RSL NSW website here .

How to Vote:

Eligible service members are being asked to complete two ballot papers. (One ballot is for president and the other is for the remaining seven elected director positions).

Voting can be conducted as follows:
1. by Mail (see instructions below); or
2. via an online voting portal (see instructions below).
Please vote carefully as you cannot change your vote once you have cast it.

Voting by Mail

Ballot papers will be included in the next issue of Reveille. Carefully follow the voting instructions provided on the ballot papers and return them to the Returning Officer in the reply-paid envelope included in the voting pack.
*The last date for postal votes to be mailed is 10 November 2020. If you miss this date, you can cast your vote online (see instructions below).

Voting Online   

(Vote button will not be live till 12pm 5 Oct)

To cast your vote online go to the RSL NSW website http://bit.ly/RSLNSWVoteNow click on the “Vote Now” button which will take you to the Link Market Services voting portal or go directly to the Link Voting Portal http://bit.ly/LinkVotingPortal. When on the voting portal, follow the prompts to cast your vote.
*Votes cast online can be submitted up until 5pm, 24 November 2020 (AEDT).

If you have any questions about the conduct of the election, please call the Returning Officer’s RSL NSW Election Information Line on 1800 260 668 between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

If you have any questions about your eligibility to vote, please contact RSL NSW Support Unit on 1300 679 775 between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.

The 2020 Board Election is being conducted in accordance with the Board Election Standard Operating Procedure .

 

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