The candidate statements for the Dons Trust Board election 2019 have now been sent to members but you can also read the candidate statements online.
Ballot papers will be sent out to members on or about Sunday 3 November.
The order in which the candidates appear on the ballot was drawn by Neil Springate of The Fulham Supporters Trust, our independent observer. The statements are in the reverse order.
Please note that there are five vacancies and that you can vote for up to five candidates. Any ballot form completed with more than five candidates will be invalid.
Voting will close on Saturday 23 November at 14:45hrs, with the result formally declared at the AGM on Monday 9 December (although the result will be announced as soon as it is available).
Members are reminded that they can vote for up to five candidates.
[This page was updated on Monday 4 November 2019 to update the AGM date from its originally scheduled date.]
My security settings will not allow me to view the candidate statements. I cannot be the only trust member with this issue. None of the statements have been sent out to me as a trust member via post or by any other means. I have now given details to access Webjam. I do however feel that there is a distinct lack of available information so that I’m being asked to vote blind on certain candidates increasing the value of incumbency via name recognition. This is not democracy.
Hello Graeme – sorry to hear you’ve been having trouble accessing the candidate statements. They are not view protected in any way so anybody clicking on the link should be able to view them.
Regarding receiving them direct, assuming you signed up to receive our communications via email, can I ask you to first check your junk email folder? If it’s not there, can I ask you as a next step to email firstname.lastname@example.org to double check the details we hold for you?