Oregon Revised Statutes Courts of Record; Court Officers; Juries § 9.152
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(1) The election of delegates to the house of delegates shall be held annually on a date set by the board of governors. The election shall be by ballot. Any member of the Oregon State Bar who is eligible to serve as a member for a region may file a signed statement of candidacy for the region. Statements of candidacy must be filed with the executive director of the state bar at least 30 days before the election.
(2)(a) The executive director shall mail ballots containing the names of the candidates for the office of delegate in each region to every active member in the region. Ballots may be delivered in person or by mail to the executive director, but must be received by the executive director on or before the day of the election. The executive director shall canvass the votes and record the results of the election.
(b) The board by rule may provide for electronic elections in lieu of using mailed ballots under paragraph (a) of this subsection. Rules adopted under this paragraph may provide for electronic distribution of election materials and electronic tabulation of votes.
(3) In a region in which only one position is to be filled, the candidate receiving the highest vote shall be declared elected. If a region has more than one position to be filled, the candidate with the most votes received shall be declared elected, the candidate with the next highest number of votes received shall then be declared elected, and so on until all positions are filled. The balloting shall be conducted so that only eligible active members can vote, and the secrecy of the ballot shall be preserved.
(4) Notwithstanding subsection (1) of this section, the board may not conduct an election for a region if the number of candidates for the region is equal to or less than the number of open positions for the region. If the number of candidates for the region is equal to or less than the number of open positions for the region, the board shall declare the candidate or candidates elected on a date specified by the board.
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