HOW TO VOTE

Vote by Mail or On-Line

Once you receive your electronic ballot on August 15, 2019, you can fill it out or you can request a paper ballot in the mail.

It’s your choice, but you must meet the deadline.

Your ballot must be received by (not postmarked) October 15, 2019  11:59 pm Eastern Daylight Time.

Be sure to mail the ballot at least a few days before then. If you wait too long, your ballot will arrive late and will not be counted

These are the candidates we recommend you rank at the top of your ballot.

Listener candidates are on the left and staff candidates are on the right. 

Tom Voorhees

Marilyn Langlois

Mantra Helene Plonsey

Don Macleay

Karina Stenquist

Christine Pepin

Steve Zeltzer
Ann Garrison
Do not mark any two or more candidates with the same rank. There are nine listener candidate seats available and three staff seats, so fill the rest of your ballot with your preferences among the other candidates, but make sure to rank Rescue Pacifica candidates first! Consider making Tom your 1st place vote, to compensate for a present attempt to discredit him.

Voting on Line:

On the ballot you received in the mail there is an 8 digit pin on the section that says “stub.”

Go to this web site: (tbd)

Follow the instructions on your screen to cast your vote.

If possible, please keep a screen shot of your filled in ballot in case it’s needed for an audit in the future.

Thanks for voting. Tell your friends to vote, too.

We need at least 10% of the membership to vote or else the election will be invalidated.

If you didn’t get your ballot or lost it or you need help,
email or call King Reilly: KingReilly@roadrunner.com (323) 839-0985

King is a KPFK listener-sponsor who has graciously agreed to assist any voters who need assistance. 

This is not an official Pacifica Foundation website nor an official website of any of the five Pacifica Radio Stations (KPFA Radio, KPFK Radio, KPFT Radio, WBAI Radio, WPFW Radio). Opinions and facts alleged on this site belong to the author(s) of the website only and should NOT be assumed to be true or to reflect the editorial stance or policy of the Pacifica Foundation, or any of the five Pacifica Radio Stations (KPFA Radio, KPFK Radio, KPFT Radio, WBAI Radio, WPFW Radio), or the opinions of its management, Pacifica National Board, station staff or other listener members.