Nominating Committee announces 1994 officer ballot

February 1994
Spectra;Feb1994, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p1
This article presents information on the report of the 1993 Speech Communication Association (SCA) Nominating Committee, chaired by Mary Frances HopKins, that it issued to the SCA Legislative Council during the annual meeting in Miami Beach, Florida in November 1993. The candidates for SCA Second Vice President are Martha Solomon and Judith Trent. The successful candidate who will assume the office of SCA Second Vice President following the 1994 annual convention in New Orleans, Louisiana will become SCA First Vice President following the 1995 convention, and will become SCA President following the 1996 convention. The candidates for at-large delegates to the SCA Legislative Council are Guo Ming Chen, James Darsey, Howard Dorgan, Judith Espinola, Timothy Gura, Kelly McNeilis, Mary Mohan and Taria Rai Peterson. The successful candidates will become members of the 1995 Legislative Council. A ballot will be mailed to all active SCA members during the first week of July 1994. Votes will be counted by the SCA Tellers Committee in September 1994. As specified by the SCA Constitution and Bylaws, any 500 members of the association may nominate by petition filed with the Executive Director additional nominees whose acceptance of nomination has been certified.


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