Vote Now – 2018 Council Elections and Governance Structure changes

Members can now vote in the 2018 Council Elections. Alongside the Council Ballot, members will also be asked to approve changes to the governance structure to bring ICE more in line with modern practice.

Voting is now open – cast your vote before 10 July.
Voting is now open – cast your vote before 10 July.

Voting is now open for the Council Elections and Governance Structure changes. We urge you to have your say.

Why should I vote?

The Council Elections are your opportunity to choose the right people for our Council. We will need visionary thinkers to help us achieve our long-term ambitions that benefit society.

Read what the candidates have to say about what they believe ICE should focus on and how they could make a difference.

In addition to the usual Council elections, members will also be asked to approve a new governance structure which your Council believes will make ICE more agile, more forward-looking and better able to meet the needs of society, industry and its members. Your Council recommends that you vote in favour of the resolutions.

How to vote

All members who are eligible to vote should have received details on how to vote. If you're registered with MyICE, these were emailed to you from ice@electoralreform.co.uk. If you are not registered with a valid email address, or if you have opted out of voting online, the ballot papers were sent to you by post.

ICE has chosen to use Electoral Reform Services (ERS) as the independent scrutineer to administer the vote and to ensure the integrity of the ballot.

If you haven't received your ballot email / the postal pack or have any questions about how to vote, please contact customerservices@electoralreform.co.uk or council@ice.org.uk.

 

More information

Voting is open until 10 July 2018.

Find out more about ICE Council and this year's Council Elections and the new governance structure. If you have any questions please contact council@ice.org.uk.

Have your say and use your vote in the 2018 Council Elections and Governance Structure Changes.

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