Vote Now! Board of Directors Election 2017

It is time for The Mountaineers 2017 Board Elections. This October, we're voting for new Board Directors At-Large Positions. As a member, your vote counts! Vote now!
The Mountaineers The Mountaineers
October 01, 2017

As a volunteer-led organization, The Mountaineers continue to depend on initiative and leadership from our volunteers and we are humbled by the service provided by board and branch directors. Now is the time to vote for next year's leaders. As a member, your participation in our election process is valuable!


Voting opens on Sunday, October 1 and closes on Sunday, October 22. All active members over age 14 are eligible to vote. Duplicate votes will not be counted. 


The Mountaineers sends all members an electronic ballot on October 1 via the online tool, Survey Gizmo.

Please note: we've discovered that email addresses often block our digital voting links. If you want to assure your participation, please update your email with us  to be something other than Comcast. 

If you're a member in good standing and you did NOT receive an email from us, please check your  junk mail or spam folders. If you can't find it, use this button to access the ballot: 



Paper ballots can be picked up at the Seattle Program Center and  will be accepted if received before October 21. 

MAIL ballots TO:

The Mountaineers - BOARD ELECTION
7700 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle, WA 98115



The Mountaineers Nominating Committee is pleased to present the following slate of candidates to the membership for consideration in the upcoming Board of Directors elections: Gabe Aeschilman, Martina Kozar, and Chris Spanton. Meet the candidates.

The Nominating Committee and the Board of Directors believe the candidates are the best slate for at-large directors for 2017. Each of these candidates is eager to serve The Mountaineers, and possesses the professional skills and personal commitment needed to further The Mountaineers' mission. 

Nominations were taken from the floor at the Annual Meeting on September 26, 2017 (and no names were put forward).