March 2010 OAM Election
|Secretary-General of the Organisation of Active Micronations|
|Candidate||James Skinner||Mark Meehan||Joe Foxon||Bradley of Dullahan|
|Popular Vote (%)||22%||38%||25%||14%|
Following the announcement by Sir. Gordon Freeman that he would not be running for the next election due to internal matters in A1, the second ever elections in the Organisation of Active Micronations, began on 11th March 2010 and polling booths closed on 15th March 2010.
The elections are conducted by the OAMEC (Organisation of Active Micronations Election Committee), which is made up of a maximum of three volunteer member nations who are not running candidates in the elections, to ensure that no electoral tampering takes place.
The type of voting used is known as 'ranked pairs' voting.
March 2010 OAMEC Committee Members
| General |
Secretary-General • Vice Secretary-General • Secretary • OAM Awards • OAM Parliament • Criticism • Intermicronational Court of Law
| Current Agencies |
OAM External Affairs Office • OAM Internal Affairs Office • OAM Non-Political Office • OAM Partnership Assistance Office • OAM Projects Agency • OAM Public Affairs Agency • OAM Recruitment Office
| Elections |
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