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RationalWiki:2019 board of trustees election/Election booth

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Polls are closed!

Below is the voting page for the 2019 board of trustees election. The election started on Sunday 18 August 2019 and ended a week later.

Be sure to register to vote in advance at RationalMedia Foundation/Voter registration.


There are 5 candidates competing for 3 positions:

Their campaign promises, endorsements, and answers-to-questions can be found at RationalWiki:2019 board of trustees election/Campaigning.

For details on the positions and the election in general please see our RationalWiki:Guide for board of trustees election.


The voting system is based on the single transferable vote system. In short:

  • Voters should rank their choices in order of preference.
  • Voters may vote for as many or as few of the candidates as they want, using "none" to not vote at that preference level.

Questions on the voting procedure should be directed to the talk page. For technical issues please post at RationalWiki:Technical support.