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Can a resident in an HOA tell the other residents not to elect the current board members?

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We have had the same board for 15 years, they do what they want when they want, they refuse to follow both the covenants & by-laws and state statutes. I am looking for a positive way to propose change to the other residents in the subdivision to let them know that if they elect the current people NOTHING will change.

Tally-ho Lisa!
Or as they say in the states, "Go for it." The "positive way" is to find members who are willing to serve on the board. Nominate them and encourage others to vote for them.

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Question submitted by lisa on May 29, 2014