Each year during April the House of Delegates will elect its officers. The nominations committee will prepare a slate of at least two but no more than three members for each office to be filled. This slate of nominees will be listed on the agenda for the House of Delegates meeting prior to the election; at this meeting of the House of Delegates, nominations may be made from the floor provided that approval of the person nominated is obtained. Following this meeting, the House of Delegates officers will prepare and mail ballots to the membership by April 15.
Members shall return ballots by May 1 to be counted. To be elected, a nominee must receive votes from a majority of those casting ballots. In the event no nominee receives a majority of the votes cast for an office, a runoff between the two nominees receiving the most votes, will be conducted immediately by mail with two weeks allowed for return of ballot. All nominees for office must be members of the House of Delegates. However, if any elected officer is not re-elected in September for another term as representative, he will remain a member of the House of Delegates for his term of office.