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  • AANR Elections

    http://www.aanr.com/blog/welcome-to-...-voters-guide/

    AANR election season is coming up. If you are a member, please share your insights on how and why you think folks should vote.

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    Most of these are "walkover" elections. There are even some slots - apparently - no candidates.

    And the only significant bylaw change - someone wants the Ontario clubs in the AANR East region, not the midwest. Doesn't really matter that much, anyway. The Canadian clubs are entrenched in the Canadian organization.

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    • #3
      The message to me is: If you want to shape AANR, just run for office.
      I don't know how many bureaucratic hoops you have to jump through to get on the ballot. I find it very odd that AANR-FL does not have a candidate. Of all the regions, I would expect to find plenty of active members willing to step up in FL.

      And the candidate statements are worth reading, IMHO. Here's a nice quote, "I support increased efforts to expand our service target to a more diverse constituency. I think AANR should focus on promoting nudism and our rights, letting membership take care of itself." Hmm...
      Last edited by jasenj; 04-23-2016, 05:17 AM.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by jasenj View Post
        The message to me is: If you want to shape AANR, just run for office.
        I don't know how many bureaucratic hoops you have to jump through to get on the ballot. I find it very odd that AANR-FL does not have a candidate. Of all the regions, I would expect to find plenty of active members willing to step up in FL.

        And the candidate statements are worth reading, IMHO. Here's a nice quote, "I support increased efforts to expand our service target to a more diverse constituency. I think AANR should focus on promoting nudism and our rights, letting membership take care of itself." Hmm...
        One problem - with ANY organization - is when you have too many people in the infrastructure trying to make decisions - NO ONE CAN COME TO A WORKING CONSENSUS.

        AANR has far too big of an organizational structure to support its declining membership. Perhaps this is a good thing. Perhaps AANR should recharter itself (again) - away from "AANR Tomorrow Light" to "AANR we gotta do something to survive".

        The regions are taking it upon themselves to take more responsibility.

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