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Meet Your 2022 Austin Board of Directors Election Candidates

 

Dear George-Vance,
 
We're excited to announce the final election slate for our 2022 ABoR and ACTRIS MLS Boards of Directors election, which will take place Monday, September 20 at 8:00 a.m. CST through Wednesday, September 22 at 5:00 p.m. CST with results announced September 23.
 
The following nominees and petitioners, displayed in random order,  meet the qualifications for the seven open Director positions. Learn more about each candidate, and the voting process below.

KACY DOLCE

NOMINEE

Kuper Sotheby's

International Real Estate

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ROBERT HIGGS

NOMINEE

Central Metro Realty

 

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SUNNY TRACEY

NOMINEE

Spyglass Realty

 

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KENT REDDING

NOMINEE

Berkshire Hathaway Texas Realty

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JEFFREY BROWN

NOMINEE

Realty Austin

 

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CHRISTOPHER JACOB

PETITIONER

All City Real Estate

 

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FRIDA MACK

NOMINEE

Frida Mack Realty

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GREG WARD

NOMINEE

Compass Real Estate

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LOCKIE EALY

NOMINEE

Realty Austin

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WATCH THE BOARD CANDIDATE INTERVIEWS

If you missed the live Board candidate interviews, we've got you covered! Catch up and watch the interviews on our Facebook Playlist. Learn more about each candidate, why they're running, and what they hope to accomplish as an ABoR and ACTRIS MLS Director. 

HOW DO I VOTE?

On Monday, September 20, you'll receive an email from Election Services Corp. at ABoRhelp@ElectionServicesCorp.com indicating that the ballot is open for voting. Go ahead and whitelist that email address to ensure you receive your voting email. We'll also send out an email on Friday, September 17 with more specific voting instructions.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO VOTE?

Any Primary and Secondary REALTOR® member in good standing is eligible to vote and will receive an email with a unique PIN number and URL on Monday, September 20, to submit his or her ballot.

 

Thank you for taking the time to cast your vote!

 

Best regards,
The Austin Board of REALTORS®

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