Posted: November 2, 2018
Reminder to all AMO members and applicants: Dues, fees must be paid in full by November 30 for voter eligibility
Ballots for this year's AMO election of officers were mailed prior to August 1 by True Ballot Inc., the impartial election administrator. Each ballot package includes instructions on how to complete your ballot and return it to the designated USPS ballot depository.
No AMO official, representative or employee will distribute ballot kits or receive completed ballots from AMO members.
Under the voting eligibility guidelines in Article XI Section 3 of the AMO National Constitution, your ballot will count only if you are an AMO member in good standing through the quarter in which the ballot is to be counted.
For you to be considered in good standing, your membership dues must be paid in full through the fourth quarter of the year, with all dues payments made no later than November 30, 2018. You can confirm your dues status by contacting AMO Member Services at 1-800-362-0513, extension 1050, or by .
Applicants for AMO membership can become eligible to vote in this year's election by paying their initiation fees in full, keeping current with dues and providing at least two letters of recommendation for membership from current AMO members in good standing by November 30, 2018.
Individuals seeking AMO membership can complete and file a membership application, which is available on the AMO website or from AMO Member Services. These individuals must also satisfy the initiation fee obligations, remain current with dues payments and provide at least two letters of recommendation from AMO members.
All current and potential applicants for AMO membership must complete the steps outlined above by November 30, 2018, if they want to vote in this year's election.