Why should I vote?

Active participation in the voting process is more than a civic duty; it's an opportunity for residents to ensure their voices resonate in the decisions shaping the community's direction. From financial strategies to amenity management and regulatory frameworks, the Board's decisions wield a direct influence on the daily lives and property values of residents. By participating in the election, homeowners exercise their right to shape these choices, understanding that each vote can shape the community's future.

A well-participated election is a powerful tool for holding the Board accountable. Homeowners, by investing time in the voting process, actively engage in the governance of the community, fostering an environment where board members are responsive to the evolving needs and desires of the residents. In the act of voting, residents gain the opportunity to select individuals who bring invaluable skills and experiences to the Board. From financial acumen to legal expertise and property management proficiency, these elected leaders shape the community's financial health and overall quality of life.

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1. Why should I vote?
2. How are votes cast in Association elections?
3. How will I receive voting information?
4. I didn't receive the Annual Meeting notice. What do I do?
5. I lost my PIN. What do I do?
6. How do I vote online?
7. I don't want to vote online. What do I do?
8. Can I run for the Board?
9. How long is the term for a Board Member?