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* '''[[Internal:Board election (2014)|2014 election]]'''—Four seats were up for election: three expiring seats, plus the seat not filled from the last election (filled in the interim by Nicholas Bashour). Three members were elected to two-year terms, and one was elected to a one-year term.
 
* '''[[Internal:Board election (2014)|2014 election]]'''—Four seats were up for election: three expiring seats, plus the seat not filled from the last election (filled in the interim by Nicholas Bashour). Three members were elected to two-year terms, and one was elected to a one-year term.
 
* '''[[Internal:Board election (2015)|2015 election]]'''—Three members were elected to two-year terms.
 
* '''[[Internal:Board election (2015)|2015 election]]'''—Three members were elected to two-year terms.
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* '''[[Internal:Board election (2016)|2016 election]]'''—Three members will be elected to two-year terms.
  
 
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Revision as of 07:21, 21 August 2016

Each year, the members of Wikimedia District of Columbia elects members to the Board of Directors. Each elected member serves a two-year term. The terms are staggered so that no more than three elected members can be replaced at a given time.

  • 2011 election—First election; all seats up for election. Four members elected to two-year terms, with two members opting for one-year terms. One seat left vacant, with a member subsequently appointed to a one-year term.
  • February 2013 election—Held in lieu of a 2012 election. Four seats were up for election: three expiring seats plus one seat caused by a resignation mid-term. Three members were elected, with the fourth later being appointed.
  • October 2013 election—The regular 2013 election. Four seats were up for election. Three members were elected, with Nicholas Bashour continuing to hold his seat following the end of his term.
  • 2014 election—Four seats were up for election: three expiring seats, plus the seat not filled from the last election (filled in the interim by Nicholas Bashour). Three members were elected to two-year terms, and one was elected to a one-year term.
  • 2015 election—Three members were elected to two-year terms.
  • 2016 election—Three members will be elected to two-year terms.