99th CONVENTION
July 17–20, 2014
Kiwanis International Convention Tokyo Chiba 2014

Elections

Be a delegate in Japan. Help shape the future of Kiwanis. Vote for officers who will lead the organization, and express your opinion on proposed amendments. Kiwanis clubs in good standing are allowed two representatives in the House of Delegates, along with two alternates. Download the certificate of election of club delegates and alternates to the Kiwanis International convention.

Download the complete bio sketches booklet.

Note: Candidate pages posted as information is received from the candidate.


ANNOUNCED CANDIDATES FOR KIWANIS INTERNATIONAL BOARD

To be elected during 2013–14, for terms beginning 2014–15
(as of December 2, 2013)

PRESIDENT—one to be elected: John R. Button, Eastern Canada and the Caribbean District

PRESIDENT-ELECT—one to be elected: Susan A. Petrisin, Michigan District

VICE PRESIDENT—one to be elected:
Jane M. Erickson, Nebraska-Iowa District
Warren F. Mitchell, Rocky Mountain District

TRUSTEES:  Five (5) trustee offices will be filled as follows:

UNITED STATES AND PACIFIC CANADA — Three (3) three-year terms to be elected at the 2014 Kiwanis International convention in  Japan, (July 17–20, 2014) by delegates from the United States and Pacific Canada Region only. Announced candidates are:

John M. Brown, Utah-Idaho District
M.A. “Fred” Dietze, Wisconsin-Upper Michigan District
John E. DeVilbiss, Ohio District
Arthur N. Riley, Capital District
Dewey Smith, Georgia District
Barbara Thompson, Missouri-Arkansas District


AT-LARGE SEAT  — One (1) three-year term to be elected at the 2014 Kiwanis International convention in Japan, (July 17–20, 2014) by delegates from all regions. Candidates from all regions, except United States and Pacific Canada, are eligible.  

Kenneth A. Alovera, Philippine South District
Frank Arenz, Germany District
Pierre Bourgouin, France-Monaco District
Daniel Vigneron, Belgium-Luxembourg District



ASIA-PACIFIC REGION —One (1) three-year term to be elected at the 2014 Asia-Pacific convention in Japan, (July 17–20, 2014) by delegates from the Asia-Pacific region. Announced candidate is:
Koshiro "Kit" Kitazato, Japan District


The Canada/Caribbean Region does not have a guaranteed trustee seat open for the 2014–15 administrative year.
The Europe Region does not have a guaranteed trustee seat open for the 2014–15 administrative year.

 
Ballots being collected
Ballots being collected during the 2013 ASPAC conference. Electronic voting units will be used at the Tokyo-Chiba convention.