2014 Board of Trustees Election
If you have any questions about the Board of Trustees election, please contact Michelle Pierce at 415-538-2053 or email her at email@example.com.
In 2014, three seats on the State Bar's Board of Trustees will be up for election. Districts 2, 4 and 6 will each have one open seat.
District 2: Los Angeles, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara and Ventura
District 4: Imperial, Inyo, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino and San Diego
District 6: Monterey, San Benito, Santa Clara and Santa Cruz
Any active member of the State Bar who maintains his or her principal office for the practice of law within the State Bar district in which there is a vacancy is eligible to run for a seat on the board. Lawyer members are elected for three-year terms and will assume their offices at the conclusion of the 2014 Annual Meeting.
2014 Candidate Statements
2014 schedule of dates and deadlines
Nominating petitions available
Last day to file nominating petitions
Last day to withdraw nomination
Eligibility list closes*
Last day for voting
Canvass of ballots
Annual Meeting-San Diego
Upon receipt of the ballot packet, members may vote using the mail ballot or online with their member number (blind information that is not printed on the ballot) and the voter PIN number printed on the ballot. The combination of these two numbers permits members to vote in their district election.
* Any active member of the State Bar, in good standing on the date the eligibility list closes, whose principal office for the practice of law is located within a county that is included within the State Bar district in which there is an election, shall be eligible to vote in the 2014 election.
** For 2014, the State Bar will conduct a “hybrid” election that uses a combination of voting by mail ballot and online. A ballot packet is mailed to all eligible members. The ballot packet is similar to the one used in past elections by the State Bar and includes a ballot, instructions, candidate statements, a unique voter PIN number printed on the ballot, and a return mail ballot envelope.