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    Are You A Registered Family Woodworking Voter?

    Sorry for the Off-Topic post, but I want to get the word out to those folks who don't often drop by the Members Only forum, but we have a forum election coming up the first of April, and we're really like as many forum members as possible to vote for the next generation of the Moderator team. (And if you'd like to throw your hat into the ring and run for a Mod position yourself, there's still time to do that, too.)

    In order to vote in the election, you need to be "registered", but registration is easy and fast. Frank Pellow described the process nicely in this thread:

    http://familywoodworking.org/forums/...ead.php?t=2603

    If you have previously registered, there is no need for you to register again. But if you have not registered before, you need to do it before April 1, since the registration closes when the election polls open.

    Please take the time to register and cast your votes for the incoming Moderators. Member participation is part of what makes Family Woodworking work, and your input is appreciated.

    UPDATE:
    Voter Registration will close tomorrow at Noon and re-open after the election. Polls will Open on the morning of April 1st and remain open for 7 days.
    Last edited by Darren Wright; 03-30-2009 at 02:39 PM. Reason: Added update
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    How do you know if your registered?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Royall Clark View Post
    How do you know if your registered?
    Click on the "Users CP" link in the top left hand corner of any screen, then on the left you will see a bunch of headings, under "Networking" you will see a link titled "Group Membership" click that and it will say if you are a member of the "Registered Voter" group.

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    hey vaughn as off right now how many registered voters do we have?
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    Quote Originally Posted by larry merlau View Post
    hey vaughn as off right now how many registered voters do we have?
    There are 216 members registered to vote. Some are likely no longer active, but that's the count. We had 99 voters in the last election. Let's see if we can get more than that this time.
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    It would be great to get a bunch of new people to run for mod positions to experience a bit more about what is needed to keep the forum running like it does, or help mold it a bit. A year is a long time, but you can get a different perspective on what goes on. With more new members given the opportunity to serve, we might also get more members voting for who they would like to see as mod.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaughn McMillan View Post
    There are 216 members registered to vote. Some are likely no longer active, but that's the count. We had 99 voters in the last election. Let's see if we can get more than that this time.
    thanks vaughn that was my hope as well,, more voters better chance of gettin the family forum to be continued in its family nature..we are one and try to be one for all!
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    Don't know if you want me but i just signed up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen Bellinger View Post
    Don't know if you want me but i just signed up.
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    clarification steve??? you just registerd or you want to volunteer to be a mod?
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    Thanks Stu! Got the job done. Registered!
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