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KICA Board Vote

2021 Board of Directors Election

Cast your Kiawah Island Community Association (KICA) ballot between Jan. 6, 2021 and Feb. 5, 2021 to elect two new board members and assign your proxy to the executive office administrator to help KICA reach quorum for the Annual Meeting. All members who complete their ballot before the voting deadline on Feb. 5 will be automatically entered to win a $500 annual assessment refund.

Key Dates
  • Jan. 6, 2021: Voting Opens
  • Feb. 5, 2021: Voting Closes at 5 p.m.
  • Feb. 8, 2021: Election Results Announced
  • March 12, 2021: Directors-Elect Begin Term at Annual Meeting

Prepare Your Vote

Part 1: Pick Two Candidates to Represent Your Interests

Your participation is needed to elect two fellow property owners to the Kiawah Island Community Association’s Board of Directors. These directors represent your interests and plan for the future with the goal of preserving and enhancing your quality of life and your property’s value. 51% of property owners must vote in the board director election for the election to be valid.

Part 2: Choose to Assign Your Annual Meeting Proxy

The association’s covenants require 51% of community members to attend the Annual Meeting on March 12, 2021 at 10 a.m. Since this year's Annual Meeting will be hosted virtually due to COVID-19, with no in-person attendance option, quorum must be met by assigning a proxy within the ballot to the KICA's executive office administrator. 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 comments.

Meet the Candidates

Tuesday, January 5th
4pm  |  Video Premiere

KICA Annual Meeting

Friday, March 12th
10am  |  Zoom Webinar

Meet The Candidates

KICA 2021 Board Candidates

Alex Fernandez Image

Alex Fernandez

Statement  |  Video Interview
Beth Zampino Image

Beth Zampino

Statement  |  Video Interview
Luke Farrell Image

Luke Farrell

Statement  |  Video Interview
Collin Weber Image

Collin Weber

Statement  |  Video Interview
Cameron McConnell Image

Cameron McConnell

Statement  |  Video Interview
Kevin Donlon Image

Kevin Donlon

Statement  |  Video Interview
Lee Applbaum Image

Lee Applbaum

Statement  |  Video Interview
Sandra Devine Image

Sandra Devine

Statement  |  Video Interview
David Dunn Image

David Dunn

Statement  |  Video Interview
Lisa Mascolo Image

Lisa Mascolo

Statement  |  Video Interview
John Cherf Image

John Cherf

Statement  |  Video Interview
Vincent Degenhart Image

Vincent Degenhart

Statement  |  Video Interview
Gaye Stathis Image

Gaye Stathis

Statement  |  Video Interview

Cast Your Ballot

Voting is open from Wednesday, Jan. 6 through Friday, Feb. 5 at 5 p.m. Please vote by Jan. 27 to help the association meet its goal of achieving the 51% participation quorum in advance of the close of the vote. All members who vote by the deadline will be entered to win a $500 annual assessment refund. Remember to cast your vote for the election AND assign your proxy for the Annual Meeting to the executive office administrator. Once your vote has been cast, it cannot be revoked.

Gather Your Voter Registration Code

You will need your voter registration code to cast your ballot by any method. Your voter registration code can be found within the Kiawah Community "VOTE - Your 2021 KICA Ballot" email sent on Jan. 6 from [email protected]


Your property type will determine the number of votes you have. You may cast all of your votes for one candidate, or you may divide your votes, not to exceed your total number of votes, among two or more candidates.

Online voting is preferred (link below). You can also vote by phone or mail. Call 844-797-4575 to cast your ballot. You will be asked to enter your registration code. If you requested a mailed paper ballot, you can return your signed ballot to the address provided. Mailed ballots must be received by Feb. 5 at 5 p.m.

Need Assistance?

Contact us at [email protected] for questions about your voter registration code.