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The 29th NATSA Presidential Election

This election will elect the 29th President of North American Taiwan Studies Association for the July 2023- June 2024 term.


For further details and rules for NATSA presidential election, please check here: https://www.na-tsa.org/post/natsa-s-presidential-election


1. Voters


All NATSA members (defined as those on the listserv service) have the right to vote. Election-related information will be announced via NATSA Facebook, email and newsletter. Link to the voting portal will be sent out to voters via email.


2. Candidates

  • Qualification: Those who have experience with NATSA Annual Conference planning and decision making. E.g., President, Program Director, Program Commissioner, Administration Commissioner, Local Commissioner, or Board of Directors.

  • Application: Those who meet the above eligibility criteria and who wish to run in the election must email a completed application form to NATSA Secretary Ms. Yu-Li Wang (secretary@na-tsa.org).

  • Issues regarding individual's candidacy and qualification will be brought to current NATSA Board of Directors for discussion and deliberations.

3. Voting Procedure


Members will cast their votes via Google form. Whoever receives the most votes will be announced winner. If the electoral vote ends in a tie, then members will vote again until a winner is produced.


4. Election Notice (by end of date in US Pacific Time, PT)

  • Candidacy Application Submission: 2023/5/24—2023/6/5

  • Candidates Announcement and Campaign: 2023/6/6—2023/6/12

  • Voting Window: 2023/6/13—2023/6/19

  • Election Result Announcement: 2023/6/20

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