>I got a little email this morning that I figured I’d pass on. I bet I got it because of commenting on their accessible voting plan. There’s a small part of me, a small crazy part, that’s thinking about going for this. But I don’t know where the meetings are, how long they are, and how easy it would be to get to them. But at the very least, I can pass the info along.
The Chief Electoral Officer of Ontario is seeking volunteers from across the province to serve on the inaugural Elections Ontario Accessibility Advisory Committee (EOAAC). The Committee will provide advice to the Chief Electoral Officer to enhance access to the electoral process by voters with disabilities.
More information is available at www.elections.on.ca, including Terms of Reference and Application forms.
To be considered as a committee member, applicants must be eligible electors. Individuals as well as representatives from organizations that serve people with disabilities are welcome to apply. Committee members must conduct themselves impartially as advisors to the CEO.
Members of the public interested in serving on the Advisory Committee must submit their applications no later than Friday October 22, 2010. Applicants who are short-listed will be invited to participate in a private interview conducted by the Recruitment Committee.
For more information, visit www.elections.on.ca or call (416) 326-6300, Toll Free 1 888-668-8683 or TTY 1-888-292-2312. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).
We invite you to consider submitting an application. We also invite you to circulate this information to others who may be interested in applying.
Senior Policy Advisor
Policy and Research Development Office
51 Rolark Drive
Toronto, Ontario, M1R 3B1
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So there ya have it. I have downloaded the word application, I haven’t had a look at it yet.