Print  |  Close Window   AMO Currents  -  Posted: July 20, 2022

Ballot Notification for 2022 AMO Election of National Officers


Next month you will receive your ballot for casting a vote in the 2022 AMO National Election, along with instructions on how to properly fill out and return your ballot to the impartial election administrator True Ballot, Inc. Under the guidelines for voting eligibility in Article XI, Section 3 of the AMO National Constitution, in order for a ballot to be counted a member of AMO must be in good standing through the quarter in which the ballot is to be counted, by no later than November 30 of the election year.

If you are already member of AMO but have not yet paid your membership dues for this entire year, you must do so by November 30, 2022 for your ballot to be counted in the election. If you are unsure about whether you have made your 2022 dues payments or the amount you still owe, you may contact AMO Member Services at 1-800-362-0513 extension 1054, or .

If you are an applicant for membership in AMO, in order to receive a membership card and have your ballot counted in the election, you need to complete the membership application process by November 30, 2022. A completed membership application, which can be obtained at the AMO website or from Member Services, must be accompanied by two letters of recommendation from AMO members in good standing, along with all required dues and initiation fees. Please allow sufficient time for your membership application and payments to be processed before November 30. Membership applications and the required payments are accepted by regular mail or electronically to AMO Member Services. You may then confirm whether you are eligible to have your ballot counted by contacting AMO Member Services at 1-800-362-0513 extension 1054, or .

Copyright © American Maritime Officers, All Rights Reserved