From the Section Chair:
The Religion and Politics Section of the APSA is pleased to announce a Call for Nominations for candidates to stand in an upcoming online election to serve a two-year term on the Executive Committee of the Religion and Politics Section. There are three vacancies on the Committee to be filled in this election.
Section members who wish to self-nominate as candidates should forward a short biography, including their institutional affiliation, to the Section Chair, Matthew Scherer, at email@example.com no later than August 7, 2019.
Nominees who do not self-nominate will be asked by the Chair to consent to having their name on the ballot. An online election will be held shortly after nominations close.
According to APSA online elections are administered as follows:
1. APSA will send an email to all current section members with a message from the Chair that includes the names of the candidates, candidate bios, the number of positions open, the voting dates, and a link to the ballot.
2. The ballot typically gives the candidates’ names, and the option of choosing yes, no, or abstain.
3. When the voting period has concluded APSA will send a detailed report of the results to the Section Chair, who will convey the results via email to the section. I look forward to receiving your nominations.
Religion & Politics
Associate Professor, Director of Philosophy, Politics, and Economics
Schar School of Policy and Government, George Mason University