The deadline for registering neighborhood electors and alternates for the upcoming NRP Policy Board election is Friday, Nov. 12. Each Minneapolis neighborhood organization can select an elector and alternate to vote on behalf of its neighborhood on election night. Neighborhood organizations representing more than one neighborhood must select one elector and alternate from each neighborhood represented by the organization. Electors and alternates MUST reside in the neighborhood they are representing. Neighborhood organizations are encouraged to select electors/alternates at a well-publicized open meeting. Electors/alternates must be at least 18 years of age as of November 18, 2004. Elector registration forms have been distributed to all neighborhood organization board chairs. The forms must be completed, signed by the organization board chair or co-chair and returned to the League of Women Voters of Minneapolis office no later than Friday, Nov. 12, 2004.
The annual election of neighborhood representatives to the Policy Board is Thursday, Nov. 18, 2004 beginning at 6:30 p.m. Candidate filing is now completed. A Voter's Guide featuring candidate responses to several questions will be available Friday, Oct. 15. Complete election information will be featured in the November issue of the NRP Link. Election information is also available on the NRP Web site at www.nrp.org/R2/News/NewsArch/2004/20040920.html