The Reston Association announced yesterday (Jan. 29) the five candidates certified by the Elections Committee to run for the open seats on RA’s Board of Directors.
The five seats up for election this year are uncontested. At least 10 percent of eligible voters are needed to make the results official.
Three candidates are incumbents. They are:
- Catherine Baum for a one-year term as the Apartment Owners Representative
- Caren Anton for a one-year term as the Hunters Woods/Dogwood Representative
- John Mooney for a three-year term as the North Point Representative
Tom Mulkerin, a residential real estate agent, is running for a three-year-term At-Large seat. Mulkerin has served on the board of the Lakewinds II Cluster Association, according to his election statement of candidacy.
Aaron Webb, who has served on the board of the Lakeside Cluster, is running for a three-year term for the Lake Anne/Tall Oaks Representative, which is currently filled by Sherri Herbert.
Herbert said at the Board of Directors meeting last Thursday (Jan. 24 ) that she will not seek re-election.
Association members will receive ballots before the voting period begins. Voting starts March 4 and ends April 1.
The election results will be announced at the Annual Members’ Meeting in April.
Images via Reston Association/YouTube
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