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Nominations For WHOA Board of Directors



The Walking Horse Owners Association announces that the Nominating Committee of the Walking Horse Owners' Association has nominated ten members to fill eight opening seats for its upcoming elections. Nominations are also being accepted for anyone wishing to be included in the 2016 roster.

The Nominating Committee of the Walking Horse Owners' Association has nominated the following people for the Board of Directors for a 3 year term.

Directors:

Jason Bachert - Missouri
Martha Child - Tennessee
Carole Hill - Tennessee
Dennis Hills - Missouri
Kevin Marker - Tennessee
Maggie Moore - Tennessee 
Nancy O'Dell Plunkett - Oregon
David Pruett - Tennessee
Mick Salm - Wisconsin
Mark Taylor - Tennessee

The Nominating Committee has nominated for President:

Dee Dee Miller Sale - Tennessee

Anyone wishing his or her name declared as a candidate will need to notify the Walking Horse Owners' Association office no later than December 1, 2015. According to the By-Laws, Article III, Section 1, stating "anyone desiring to be a candidate shall give notice by registered mail, electronic mail or fax to the Association of his or her intent to run for a directorship."

According to the By-Laws, Article IV, Section 2, stating, "The President shall be elected by total popular vote by the majority of the members for voting. Any candidate for President must have been a member in good standing and must have served on the Board of Directors for the past two years immediately prior to the election. In order to be a candidate for President, other than being nominated by the Nominating Committee, a person must be nominated by a member in good standing of this association. Said nomination, together with a written statement by the nominee agreeing to said nomination, must be reported to the association no later than December 1, 2015.

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