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Board of Governors balloting underway.

Ballots have been mailed to Bar members in five circuits who are choosing among 22 candidates for six Board of Governors' seats. Ballots have also gone to Young Lawyer Division members who are choosing between four candidates for two seats on the YLD Board of Governors.

Bar members will again have the option of voting by paper ballot, or via the Internet using the Bar's election company, Election Services Corporation. Instructions for voting by either method are included with the ballots.

Whichever method is chosen, all ballots must be received by Election Services Corporation by midnight March 22. Platform statements for the Bar Board of Governors candidates appeared in the February 15 News. Those statements, along with those of the YLD candidates, are also posted on the Bar's Web site, flabar.org, and Election Services Corporation's Web site, electionservicescorp.com.

Ballots for any runoffs will be mailed in April.

Candidates for the Board of Governors arc:

* For the First Circuit, Seat 1, Ross M. Goodman and Stuart C. Poage of Pensacola and Woodburn S. Wesley of Ft. Walton Beach.

* For the Sixth Circuit, Seat 1, J.D. Hadsall of Treasure Island, Catherine Day Hult of Largo, and Andrew B. Sasso of Clearwater.

* For the 11th Circuit, Seat 5, incumbent Don L. Horn of Miami and Henry T. Courtney of South Miami.

* For the 11th Circuit, Seat 7, William Aaron, Jeffrey Michael Cohen, and Benedict P. Kuehne of Miami, Guillermo K. Mascaro of Coral Gables, John A. Moore of Miami, Sheri Eva Nott of Coral Gables, Brian Patchen and Philip Reilly of Miami, Iver Miles Starr of Miami Beach, and Joel R. Wolpe of Miami.

* For the 17th Circuit, Seat 1, incumbent Alan C. (Peter) Brandt of Ft. Lauderdale and Bradley Winston of Plantation.

* For the 18th Circuit, Seat 1, Thomas G. Freeman of Altamonte Springs and incumbent Clifton A. McClelland, Jr., of Melbourne.

Winning candidates will be sworn in at the Bar's Annual Meeting in June.
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