– VOTE BY JAN. 30, 2020 –

Cast your Kiawah Island Community Association (KICA) ballot by Jan. 30, 2020 to elect two new board members and assign your proxy to the board secretary to help KICA reach quorum for the Annual Meeting. All voting members will automatically be entered to win a $500 annual assessment refund.

Vote to Elect Two New Board Members

The Kiawah Island Community Association Board of Directors represent your interests and plan for the future with the goal of preserving and enhancing quality of life and property values on Kiawah. 51% of property owners must vote in the board director election for the election to be valid. Three candidates are running for election to fill two seats: Tom Baker, Jerry McGee and Brad McIlvain.

Learn About Your Board Candidates


Help KICA Achieve Annual Meeting Quorum

The association’s covenants require 51% of community members to attend the Annual Meeting on March 13, 2020 at 10 a.m. at The Sandcastle. Since most of our community members live part-time on Kiawah and are not able to physically attend the March 13 meeting, quorum must be met by assigning a proxy within the ballot to the KICA board secretary.

There is no voting at the Annual Meeting, so assigning your proxy only aids in fulfilling quorum, which allows the meeting to be held, authority transferred to the newly elected directors, important association matters to be discussed and members to share their comments. All members are invited to participate in person or live online at

Cast Your Ballot


If you received your voting materials by email, your ballot information and registration number can be found within the email from If you received your voting materials by mail, your voter registration number is printed in your materials. If you cannot locate your registration number contact


There are three ways to cast your ballot: online, by phone at  844-797-4575, or by mail (if you requested a mailed paper ballot). Votes must be received by Jan. 30 at 5 p.m. Once your vote is cast, it cannot be revoked.

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