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Elections are conducted annually. Nominations are accepted during the first two weeks of June and voting takes place during the month of July.

The National Coordinator serves for one year and must be nominated and elected each year.

The Representative at Large and Special Projects Representative are elected to two year terms and those offices appear on the ballot every other year.

Regional Representatives (State Coordinator and County Coordinator) are elected to two year terms. The terms are staggered so that in each region, at least one of the three positions representing each region will be elected each year.

National Elected Officers

National Advisory Board: Members of the Advisory Board are elected by the membership of the Project as follows:

National Coordinator (NC): Every registered member has the right to vote for this position.

Representative at Large (RAL): Every registered member has the right to vote for this position.

Four State Coordinator Representatives: States are assigned to a region. The State Coordinator Representatives are elected by the State Coordinators and Assistant State Coordinators of the region to which the state is assigned.

Eight County (Local) Coordinator Representatives: County Coordinator Positions are assigned to a state. These representatives are elected by the County and Local Coordinators of the region to which the state is assigned.

Special Project Representative (SPAR SA, SPIP KZ, etc.): Elected by the members of the National Special Projects.

National Issues: All registered members are eligible to register to vote on any issue that effects the Project as a whole that is placed on the ballot of any annual or special election or poll.

Regions & Special Projects

NENC - Northeast North Central Region: Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Wisconsin

NWPL - Northwest Plains Region: Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, Wyoming

SEMA - Southeast Mid-Atlantic Region: Alabama, Delaware, D.C., Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, New Jersey, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia

SWSC - Southwest South Central Region: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Hawaii, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah

National Special Projects - Archives Project, African American Griots, Genealogical Events, Kidz Project, Lineage Project, Tombstone Project

Sub-projects of the Archives are: Census Images, Court Cases, Digital Map Library, Marriage Records, Military Pensions, Obituary Project, and the Special Collections Project.


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The USGenWeb Project, Free Genealogy Online The Election Committee of the USGenWeb Project is a non-partisan standing committee charged with managing national polls and elections for the Project; providing a secure voting system; maintaining an up-to-date and accurate list of all members; and providing Volunteers with information about elections and candidates. It is not affiliated with any other election, voting, or campaign project or committee. Contact , EC Chair, or your regional EC Representative with questions and concerns.