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Call to Elect a General Insurance Agent to the General Insurance Council

Your vote is vital to peer review and ensuring the insurance industry reflects your voice.
Vote today to elect a General Insurance Agent to the General Insurance Council.

How do I vote?

Election Buddy, an online election system has been used to facilitate the election and tabulate votes. You will have received an email on Wednesday, October 31 including a link permitting you to cast your anonymous vote. If you did not see this email in your inbox, please check your spam or junk folder and add invitations@app.electionbuddy.com to your address book or safe senders list. Conversely, check the email address on your license profile information.

Your vote matters…

In the spirit of peer review, you will elect a candidate to fill the vacancy on the General Insurance Council. Have your say on the next incumbent to this role no later than December 3, 2018, 4:30 pm MST.

The following candidates have been nominated:

Nicole Boyer

Tisha Doyle

If you have election questions or feedback, please email elections@abcouncil.ab.ca.

Thank you!

The Alberta Insurance Council will never ask for personal or payment information, except in relation to a transaction that you initiate. Other requests pertaining to licensing or audit activities may be communicated by mail, phone, email or text. If you are unsure about sending information, be safe and verify the request by email to info@abcouncil.ab.ca or by calling 1-800-461-3367.

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