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Delegate Elections

The deadline to submit letters of intent has passed.

Ballots will be sent on September 25, 2019 to eligible voting members in the following states: 

Alabama

Georgia
 
Maryland
 
Nebraska
 
Puerto Rico
 
Virgin Islands
 
Arizona
 
Idaho
 
Michigan
 
New Jersey
 
Rhode Island
 
Washington
 
California (North)
 
Indiana
 
Mississippi  
 
Nevada
 
South Dakota
 
Washington, DC
 
California (South)
 
Kansas
 
Missouri
 
North Carolina
 
Texas (East)
 
Wisconsin
 
Connecticut
 
Louisiana 
 
Montana
 
Ohio
 
Vermont
 
Wyoming

 

Delegate & Alternate Delegate Election Timeline

  • Sept. 15, 2019 - Letter of intent due to the Corporate Secretary
  • Sept. 25, 2019 - Ballots for contested states sent to voting members.
  • Oct. 16, 2019 - Voting deadline.  Election closed.

Eligibility Requirements

(ACA Bylaws, Article IV Section C)

1. Delegates / ACA State or Area Chapter President

To become a delegate, a candidate must:

  • Be a voting member of ACA in continuous good standing for at least two years immediately preceding the election and hold a D.C. degree for three years immediately preceding the election, except as provided in Article III.
  • Hold an active chiropractic license in the chiropractic profession except as provided in Article III Section E 4, in the delegate representative area (by zip code) within the state, territory, Canada, Mexico or in any other foreign country from which he seeks election.
  • Not be an officer, governor, or employee of ACA.
  • Be current in all financial obligations to ACA.
  • Inform ACA headquarters in writing via verified mail, verified email or verified facsimile of intention to seek election as delegate or alternate by September 15 preceding the October voting date.
  • Disclose on a form furnished by the Secretary, any ownership or investment interest or employment relationship with: i) any managed care organization that contracts for services rendered by Doctors of Chiropractic, or ii) any private organization that reviews the professional services rendered by Doctors of Chiropractic.
  • A former SACA National Chairman will be granted one year of the three years required for eligibility as delegate provided they meet all other requirements.

2. Alternate Delegates / ACA State or Area Chapter Vice President

To become an alternate delegate, a candidate must:

  • Be a member of ACA (including SACA) in continuous good standing for at least two years immediately preceding the election.
  • Hold an active chiropractic license in the chiropractic profession except as provided in Article III Section E 4, in the delegate representative area (by zip code) within the state, territory, Canada, Mexico or in any other foreign country from which he seeks election.
  • Not be an officer, governor, or employee of ACA.
  • Be current in all financial obligations to ACA.
  • Inform ACA headquarters in writing via verified mail, verified email or verified facsimile of intention to seek election as delegate or alternate by September 15 preceding the October voting date.
  • Disclose on a form furnished by the Secretary, any ownership or investment interest or employment relationship with: i) any managed care organization that contracts for services rendered by Doctors of Chiropractic, or ii) any private organization that reviews the professional services rendered by Doctors of Chiropractic.

To learn more about ACA's newly revised governance structure, click here.