[AFRI-Discuss] Vote Result: AFRALO Regional Election 2014 (Secretary)

Otunte Otueneh otuenehoj at danelec-ltd.com
Tue Aug 26 08:48:57 UTC 2014

Congratulations Barrack Otieno and welcome on board.
Many thanks to Philip Johnson for the services you rendered to AFRALO.

Kind regards,

Otunte Otueneh 

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Dear All,

Please kindly note that the AFRALO Regional Election 2014 (Secretary) has
now ended.

QUESTION: Who do you support to become the AFRALO Secretary for the period
of two years beginning at the end of the ICANN Los Angeles Meeting in
October 2014? Please either select one candidate from the list below (listed
in alphabetical order of the family name) or abstain.

- Philip Johnson
- Barrack Otieno
- Abstain

As at Poll close: Sunday 24 August 2014 23:59 UTC
Number of voters: 24 . Group size: 33 . Percentage voted: 72.73
Ranked by votes
Rank    Options Votes   %
1       Barrack Otieno  14      58.33
2       Philip Johnson  10      41.67
3       Abstain/s'abstenir      0       0.00

To confirm, the AFRALO Secretary for the period of two years beginning at
the end of the ICANN Los Angeles Meeting in October 2014 is Barrack Otieno.

You may review the results independently under:


Heidi Ullrich, Silvia Vivanco, Ariel Liang, Gisella Gruber, Nathalie
Peregrine and Terri Agnew
ICANN Policy Staff in support of ALAC
E-mail: staff at atlarge.icann.org<mailto:staff at atlarge.icann.org>
Twitter: @ICANN_AtLarge<https://twitter.com/ICANN_AtLarge>

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