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BMAA Council Election

                 

25th November 2013

BRITISH MICROLIGHT AIRCRAFT ASSOCIATION COUNCIL ELECTION 2013-2014

Our report of voting for the above elections, which closed at 5pm on Friday 22nd November 2013, is as follows:

Total number of votes cast by post: 450

Number of votes found to be invalid: 5

Total number of valid votes to be counted: 445

Result (1 to elect)

ROBBINS, David ................................. 206 Elected

MOORE, John .................................... 178

GREGORY, Michael .............................. 61

Electoral Reform Services can confirm that, as far as reasonably practicable, every person

who chose to participate in the ballot had their vote fairly and accurately recorded.

All voting material will be stored for six months.

 

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