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FREE AND FAIR ELECTIONS - SAMA GAUTENG NORTH
Do it online! Voting made easy.
SAMA is excited to present its first online nomination and voting process to the members of its Gauteng North Branch. Access to technology and the Internet have allowed for unprecedented information exchange possibilities and afforded SAMA the ability to offer its members a new way to participate in a free and fair election process - forever changing the decision-making paradigm. Online voting offers a secure, fast, cost-effective and eco-friendly alternative to the traditional expensive and time consuming paper-based balloting systems.
SAMA wants to expand this cost-effective platform to connect members, improve communication and participation, determine strategic organisational direction, gather information and foster a sense of unity among its various stakeholders.
With the top-notch security of an independently managed and audited service, SAMA's voting members can be assured of tamper-proof voter authentication and votes counting systems, a convenient online nomination and voting system, a sophisticated ballot and even a paper audit trail.
Calling for Votes - Gauteng North Branch Council
Votes for Gauteng North Branch Councillors are eagerly awaited!
Each voting SAMA member of good standing of the Gauteng North Branch may vote for up to 6 (six) candidates for election to the Gauteng North Branch Council. Candidates published on the voting roll accepted their nomination and supplied SAMA with a short CV and a motivation. The online election process will open on 20 March 2012 at 08h00 and will run until 30 March 2012 at 17h00.
THE ELECTION PROCESS OPENS AT 08h00 on 20 MARCH 2012!
To view and vote for SAMA Gauteng North Branch Councillors:
ELECTIONS END ON 30 MARCH 2012 AT 17H00
For any queries, contact email@example.com.
In order to access the voting process, please login if you already have a profile on the MPC system.
If you do not yet have a profile on the MPC system, click on the register button below in order to register your free profile.
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