IAAO members in good standing will be able to vote electronically from November 1-15, 2020. Regular Members will vote for the 2020 President-Elect, Vice President, and an At-Large regular member in each of three regions. There is no Associate Member election in 2020.
In addition, the IAAO Governance Committee has proposed amendments to the IAAO Bylaws and the IAAO Board of Directors approved its release to be voted on by regular members in the 2020 election. The amendments were compiled by the Governance Committee during a review of the governing documents to ensure that the By-Laws are clear, concise, and do not repeat or conflict with other governing document language. A copy of the document with proposed changes is available to view
The following candidates were unanimously approved by the Nominating Committee
on July 7, 2020 and will be on the ballot in November. Additional information on the candidates is available through the candidate information page.
Candidate Information Page
L. Wade Patterson,
Retired, Garfield County Assessor, Enid, OK
Patrick Alesandrini, CAE, RES,
Chief Deputy, Hillsborough County Property Appraiser's Office, Tampa, FL
Brian E. Gordineer, AAS,
City Assessor, City of Petersburg, VA
Marcy Martin, AAS,
Real Property Tax Administrator, County of Maui, Kahului, HI
, Commercial Appraiser, Weber County Assessor's Office, Ogden, UT
Manager, Municipal Property Assessment Corporation, Timmins, ON
Calvin A. Kent, AAS, Ph.D.,
Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Marshall University, Huntington, WV
R. Lane Partridge,
Assessor, Town of Concord, MA
Property Tax Assessment Board of Appeals/Leanor Group, Lake County, IN
Robert Terry Lee, AAS
, Attorney, Lee Law Firm, Mount Juliet, TN
Terry Taylor, CAE, RES, AAS,
Director Real Estate Residential, Orange County Property Appraiser's Office, Orlando, FL
The Nominating Committee reviewed all candidate applications. Candidates were notified on or before August 1st as to whether their name would appear on the slate. Profiles for all candidates on the slate are made available online and in Fair + Equitable
General Election Items
- Election Voting Regions - Board of Directors Candidates are placed in one of three positions on the ballot according to their membership status. The geographic makeup of the three positions is determined by the Nominating Committee, subject to approval by the Board of Directors. The geographic makeup is re-examined every five (5) years, to ensure equal representation of members within each geographic area.
- Nominating Committee
- IAAO Conflict of Interest Policy
- IAAO Code of Conduct
Questions can be directed here.