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Electing a chair and vice-chair of governors
As a governing board you must elect a chair and vice-chair of governors. Find out what the rules are and use our flowchart and checklist to ensure your election process runs smoothly.
- When and how often to run elections
- Who is eligible to stand
- Use our flowchart and checklist to manage the process
- All governors have the right to vote
- What to do if the votes are tied
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