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LBOR Election to the 2021 Board of Directors

The results are in! Your LBOR Election closed this morning at 8 am, and the following candidates were elected to the 2022-2023 Board of Directors.

  • David Dunn, Stephens Real Estate
  • Erin Maigaard, Realty Executives Hedges Real Estate
  • Josh Reazin, Better Homes & Gardens Kansas City Homes
  • Jill Stueve, Keller, Williams Integrity
  • Amy Wilson, Stephens Real Estate

The newly elected Directors will be joining the following members of leadership carrying over to the Board of Directors in 20022:

  • Lindsay Landis, President, McGrew Real Estate
  • Brian Johnson, President-Elect, McGrew Real Estate
  • John Huntington Jr., Past President, McGrew Real Estate
  • Jill Ballew, Director, Stephens Real Estate
  • Zach Dodson, Director, Stephens Real Estate
  • Kimberly Williams, Director, McGrew Real Estate

ALSO ON THE BALLOT were two proposed changes to the LBOR Bylaws for Election Procedures:

Question #1 - Passed with 82% in favor / 18% opposed. 

To make it possible for the LBOR membership to choose its eventual President:

The addition of a subsequent runoff election for the position of Secretary, following the general election of all Directors to the Board of Directors. Any carrying over Directors, or newly elected Directors, who are not already serving as President-Elect, President, or Past President, are eligible to run for the position of Secretary. The position of Secretary will ascend to the position as President-Elect for one (1) year, President for one (1) year, and then as Past President for one (1) year.

Question #2 - Passed with 64% in favor / 36% opposed.

To increase opportunities on the Board of Directors for members from smaller companies:

The addition of a provision in the LBOR Bylaws that will first elect the top vote-getter from a member office holding no more than 35 voting members, with the top vote-getters from all remaining candidates filling the remaining number of open positions.

Thank you all for your participation in this year's LBOR Election. 

 

ON THE BALLOT:

  • Election of 2022-2023 LBOR Directors
  • Two Proposed Changes to the LBOR bylaws

The LBOR Election for the 2022-2023 Board of Directors will occur from October 1st, until 8 am on October 14th.

The results of the election will be revealed at the Housing Market Forecast Breakfast (Annual Membership Meeting) at 8:30 am on Thursday, October 14th.

Congratulations to our Slate of Candidates! Thank you for your willingness to serve the Lawrence Board of REALTORS® and the Lawrence MLS.

The top 5 vote-getters from the following Slate of Candidates will be elected. Pictured from left to right, top to bottom are:

  • Mohammed Aldamen, eXp Realty
  • David Dunn, Stephens Real Estate
  • Erin Maigaard, Realty Executives Hedges Real Estate
  • Christina Phelps, Re/Max Excel
  • Josh Reazin, Better Homes & Gardens Kansas City Homes
  • Jill Stueve, Keller Williams Integrity
  • Claire Vowels, Pia Friend Realty
  • Amy Wilson, Stephens Real Estate

Sean Williams, Realty Executives Hedges Real Estate, has withdrawn from the election.  

The Officers and Directors who will return to the Board of Directors in 2022 are:

2022 President - Lindsay Landis, McGrew Real Estate
2022 President-Elect - Brian Johnson, McGrew Real Estate
2022 Past President - John Huntington Jr., McGrew Real Estate
2021-2022 Director - Jill Ballew, Stephens Real Estate
2021-2022 Director - Zach Dodson, Stephens Real Estate
2021-2022 Director - Kimberly Williams, McGrew Real Estate

ALSO ON THE BALLOT are two recommended changes to the LBOR Bylaws for Election Procedures:

To make it possible for the LBOR membership to choose its eventual President, members will vote in favor or opposed to: 

The addition of a subsequent runoff election for the position of Secretary, following the general election of all Directors to the Board of Directors. Any carrying over Directors, or newly elected Directors, who are not already serving as President-Elect, President, or Past President, are eligible to run for the position of Secretary. The position of Secretary will ascend to the position as President-Elect for one (1) year, President for one (1) year, and then as Past President for one (1) year.

VIEW SECTION 5 of the LBOR Bylaws to see the Proposed Changes.

To increase opportunities on the Board of Directors for members from smaller companies, members will vote in favor or opposed to:  

The addition of a provision in the LBOR Bylaws that will first elect the top vote-getter from a member office holding no more than 35 voting members, with the top vote-getters from all remaining candidates filling the remaining number of open positions.

VIEW SECTION 5 of the LBOR Bylaws to see the Proposed Changes. 

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