We are about to have our election which 11 are running for 7 positions. Our ByLaws state “The annual meeting of membership shall be the first Monday in May”. So: ballots were due in by 4/27. Board announced votes will be counted Sat 5/1 and all candidates could be present to observe, then our annual meeting will be Sun 5/2 where board will be announced. Our Bylaws state: “At this meeting the Election Committee will report the results of the election. The elected Board members will elect the officers and will seat the new Board of Directors.” So I guess no big deal they are having meeting on Sun vs Mon, but since votes counted day before the Annual meeting is there any legal obligation for the results to be told to the 11 candidates? Is there any other legal guidance you can refer me to as to WHO gets to be the President vs all the other officers? Like is the top vote getter the Pres? By Laws don’t say and in past years (according to those that can remember we’ve ever had an election in the past) the group gets together and says ok, I think David should be our president…???!! Thank you again for your help!