3. Chapter Leader Qualifications: In order to qualify as a nominee for the Chapter Leader position, the candidate must be at least age 21 and a registered user on FTE for a minimum of 60 days at the time of nomination. (Clarified 01/27/2009)
4. The Chapter Leader Election Process: To select a Chapter Leader: After notifying a Regional Chapters Moderator, a thread in your chapter forum shall be opened for 30 days to take nominations from willing candidates to fill the position. When the nomination poll is closed, FTE will provide a list of approved candidates from that poll for the final vote . A 14 day poll will then be opened for the membership to elect their new Chapter Leader from this list of approved candidates.
In the event no one is nominated or elected to the position of Chapter Leader all member approvals will be put on "Auto-Approve". FTE shall be the sole arbiter of the Chapters viability, and will make all decisions regarding it's continued existence.
I nominate Jr (Junior Hardy) for Chapter leader. Jr has been posting (and posting) in the Maryland Chapter for a very long time. He has probably helped out more people here in the Maryland Chapter than anyone..... probably more than most members know.
He has been responsible for the helping with organization and development of both the Chapter Decals and the pending T-Shirts.
I believe Jr will be a great leader for the Maryland Chapter.
I second the motion for jr hardy. he has come a long way in learning how this site works, and really has an interest in the betterment of he site. he will jump at the chance to help others any way he can. I can truly call him a leader, and true friend
Originally Posted by tjc transport
Charlie would have hit me with the T-800, and kept on driving away while laughing his *** off.
Charlie slackmaster #26
"A common mistake people make when trying to design something completely fool proof, is to underestimate the ingenuity of a complete fool."
You know you get my vote,I'm proud of you, you've come along way
in the last few months both in your personal life and in the chapter.
We have had many many talks of site as to concerns you have and I
think you will do just fine and as I have told you before any help I can be
Life's journey is not to arrive at the grave safely in a well preserved body,but rather to skid in sideways totally worn out shouting"Holy Crap, What a Ride" R.I.P.Marty, Jason
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