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MTA NSW Election Notice - E2021/203 - STAGE 1

All eligible members who wish to participate in the elections are encouraged to apply and will need to ensure that their membership is current at that time.

The Council provides a forum for the reviewing of general matters relating to the automotive industry, trade divisions and relevant policies. The Council also acts as a conduit for the flow of information to, and the representation of members’ interests.

Nominations, which must be in writing and comply with the registered rules of the Organisation, may be made at any time from 28 February 2022. Additional forms are available from the Returning Officer.

Prospective candidates and nominators should verify their financial status and any other qualifications required by the Organisation's rules prior to lodging nominations.

Nominations must reach the Returning Officer via the lodgement method(s) stipulated below not later than 12:00pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) on 14 March 2022.

How to lodge nominations
Nominations must be lodged via the following method(s):
By Portal: Australian Electoral Commission Portal,
By Email: A properly completed nomination form including all necessary signatures and attachments may be scanned and submitted as a pdf file to [email protected]

• Emails to the AEC inbox that appear to be spam may be blocked. It is the responsibility of senders to ensure that their email reaches the AEC before the deadline for nominations.
• In order to be able to be received by the AEC, emails (including attachments) should be no greater than 6 MB in size.
• You may call 02 9375 6331 to enquire about the status of your nomination.
• The subject line of the email should include the reference: ‘E2021/203 – MTANSW Nomination – your name’

Withdrawing Nominations
Nominations cannot be withdrawn after 12:00pm Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) on 21 March 2022.

Voting Period
The ballot, if required, will open on 13 April 2022 and close at 10:00am Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) on 11 May 2022.

The appointment of the scrutineer must be notified in writing to the Returning Officer within 48 hours before the ballot closing time. The appointed scrutineer is required to be a member or affiliate member or a Life Member or a nominated representative.
A form is available from the Returning Officer for the purposes of appointing Scrutineers.

Other Information
Changed Address? Advise the Organisation now.

Please Note: A copy of the AEC's election report can be obtained from the Organisation or from the Returning Officer after the completion of the election.

MTA NSW looks forward to your nomination for the Governing Council and your participation in the representation of your Association as a leading organisation within the Automotive Industry.



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