KICA’s Annual Meeting, scheduled for Friday, March 15, is in danger of nullification.
The KICA Annual Member Director Election must receive 51% of member votes by Friday, March 8 at 5 p.m. in order for quorum to be met and the election validated. As of Friday at noon, we are at 49.75% of 51% needed for quorum.
If we do not reach quorum, a second election will be conducted at the expense of community members. A second election is detrimental to the community in several ways:
– It’s double the expense for all members. KICA’s election and annual meeting cost approximately $11,000. A second election and meeting will cost about the same, and will be an unbudgeted expense in 2019.
– It disenfranchises members who voted already. Prior to the second election, all votes received in the current election will be discarded without being counted.
– It gives a few members a bigger say in what happens. A second election has no quorum, and fewer people generally vote in them. Those few voters decide the outcome of the election.
If you have voted already, thank you. Please remind all your friends and neighbors to do the same.
If you have not voted, please do so right now. The deadline is Friday, March 8 at 5 p.m. Don’t wait — voting is easy! Check your email for a message sent from our election facilitator, email@example.com, on March 5. The subject line was ‘URGENT reminder to VOTE in Kiawah Election.’ Simply click the link to complete your secure ballot in less than five minutes.