Vote NOW for Youth Observer 2012
Vote NOW for Youth Observer 2012
Vote for Youth Observer and decide who will be a leading youth voice in Unitarian Universalist national discussions. This one-year position on the Unitarian Universalist Association Board of Trustees is elected each spring by congregational youth groups across the country. The Youth Observer is the primary liaison between General Assembly Youth Caucus and the Board, and represents the larger youth voice on the Board in collaboration with the Youth Trustee. How to Vote for Youth Observer Your congregation's youth group can cast its vote in two easy ways: online or by printed ballot. Voting youth must be active in their religious community.  Youth groups complete one ballot per congregation, and groups receive number of votes based on how any youth participate. For more information on how to vote, download the Voting Process information sheet. Learn about the Youth Observer candidates by downloading the Candidates information sheet, and discuss them with your group.

Click here to vote online.

Click here to vote by printed ballot.

BALLOTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY MONDAY, APRIL 23 at midnight (in your time zone), or postmarked by April 20. The point of contact listed on your Voting Ballot will receive confirmation that we have received your Ballot. Timeline for Electing the 2012-13 Youth Observer:
  • March 30: Youth Observer candidate info, voting ballots available; voting opens
  • April 23: Youth Observer voting ballots must be received (postmark Apr. 20)
  • April 27: Youth Observer election winner announced
For more information, click this link to visit the Youth Observer webpage. If you have questions about this process, please contact the UUA Office of Youth and Young Adult Ministries at youth [at] uua [dot] org">youth [at] uua [dot] org or 617-948-4350. Thank you for your participation!

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