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ARRL General Bulletin ARLB018 (2023)

ARLB018 Candidates Named for ARRL Director and Vice Director

QST de W1AW  
ARRL Bulletin 18  ARLB018
From ARRL Headquarters  
Newington CT  August 22, 2023
To all radio amateurs 

ARLB018 Candidates Named for ARRL Director and Vice Director

The ARRL has announced  that the candidates for the 2023 ARRL
Division elections are now official. ARRL members will choose
between two candidates for Director in the Great Lakes Division, and
two candidates for Vice Director in the Atlantic and Dakota

In the Atlantic, Dakota, Delta and Midwest Divisions, incumbents for
Director are unopposed.

In the Delta and Midwest Divisions incumbents are unopposed for Vice
Director and the sole candidate in the Great Lakes Division for Vice
Director is unopposed.

Declared Elected without Opposition:

In the Atlantic Division, Director Robert Famiglio, K3RF, who has
held the seat since January 2023.

In the Dakota Division, Director Bill Lippert, AC0W, who has held
the seat since 2021.

In the Delta Division, Director David Norris, K5UZ, who has served
in the role since 2012, and Vice Director Ed Hudgens, WB4RHQ, who
has served in the role since 2013.

In the Great Lakes Division, candidate Roy Hook, W8REH, will be the
next Vice Director, being unopposed for the seat to be vacated by
Vice Director Scott Yonally, N8SY.

In the Midwest Division, Director Arthur Zygielbaum, K0AIZ, and Vice
Director David Propper, K2DP, both of whom assumed the roles in

Contested Seats:

In the Atlantic Division, Vice Director Martin Pittinger, KB3MXM,
will face challenger Robert Weinstock, W3RQ for the seat.

In the Dakota Division, Vice Director Lynn Nelson, W0ND, will face
challenger Matthew Holden, K0BBC, who has previously held the
positions of Director and Vice Director.

In the Great Lakes Division, Vice Director Scott Yonally, N8SY, will
run against Michael Kalter, W8CI, for the position of Division

Balloting for contested seats will take place this fall. Votes will
be counted, and successful candidates announced, in November.
Candidates declared elected will assume their roles for terms
beginning January 1, 2024.

ARRL is governed by its Board of Directors. Elections are held for
five of the 15 ARRL Divisions each year, for terms of 3 years.


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