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Chaparral 2011-2012: FAQs for CalSTRS Board Elections

FAQs for CalSTRS Board Elections

FAQs for CalSTRS Board Election
Who is eligible to vote?

Eligible voters in the election are persons who were members of the Defined Benefit Program and/or participants of the Cash Balance Benefit Program employed by a community college district during the 2010-11 school year, between July 1, 2010, and June 30, 2011.

When will I receive my ballot?
Mailed ballots arrive at CalSTRS members’ homes on October 1st

What will the mailing look like from CalSTRS?
The envelope with the official election ballot enclosed should look similar to this:


How long do we have to vote and when is the last day I can send my ballot in?
You will be able to vote between October 1st and November 30th. Voted ballots must be postmarked or received by CalSTRS on or before November 30th to be counted.

Is mailing the ballot back to CalSTRS the only way to vote?
When you receive your paper ballot in the mail, you will give three options for how to vote in this election. You can mail your paper ballot in, phone in your vote, or vote on-line. Instruction on these various voting options will be enclosed in your mailing.

What do I do if I lost or didn’t receive my ballot?
For questions and generation information regarding this election, contact the Election Coordinator, Tom Barrett, at or 800-228-5453.

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