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SAMA is very excited to present its first online nomination and voting process to the members of its Border Coastal 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. Online voting offers a secure, fast, cost-effective and eco-friendly alternative to the traditional expensive and time consuming paper-based balloting systems.
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 vote counting systems, a convenient online nomination and voting system, a sophisticated ballot and even a paper audit trail.
The online voting system will involve 3 processes:
Votes for Border Coastal Branch Councillors are eagerly awaited!
Each voting SAMA member of good standing of the Border Coastal Branch may vote for 6 (six) candidates for election to the Border Coastal 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 12 June 2013 at 08h00 and will run until Wednesday, 26 June 2013 at 23h59.
Once you have cast your vote, you can view the results of the online elections live on the election page.
PROCESS TO FOLLOW:
For any queries regarding the online election process, contact the SAMA headoffice on 012 481 2000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.