October 19, 2020 – The Career Service Council (CSC) recently approved a change to their bylaws that created a new elected position for a Parliamentarian. Under Article VI, Section 6 of the Career Service Council bylaws, the Parliamentarian “is responsible for working with the CSC President to ensure that all Council meetings, elections, and business are conducted in accordance with the CSC Bylaws. The CSC Parliamentarian shall serve on the Bylaws and Elections Committee. The CSC Parliamentarian shall meet with the Bylaws and Elections Committee prior to the opening of the CSC election cycle to explain the elections process and eligibility requirements and to answer any questions regarding the process. The CSC Parliamentarian will work with the CSC Secretary to ensure a quorum is met prior to the start of conducting CSC business.”
There are five declared candidates for CSC Parliamentarian – Kelly Cartier, Jacki Garcia, Lisa McNair, Carol Pugh and Sarah Smith. Information about the candidates is available on the CSC webpage.
The candidates will be campaigning between now and Oct. 25. Elections will be held Oct. 26 through Nov. 9, with the winner of the election taking office effective Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2020.