The new electronic voting law for community associations that was passed during this year’s legislative session and will go into effect on July 1 offers significant advantages for associations and their boards of directors. Without question, it is an idea whose time has come.
Properly implemented, electronic voting may enable associations to overcome the significant challenges created by so many investor-owned units and part-time residents who frequently do not participate in association votes, making it difficult for many associations to achieve quorum at members’ meetings and elections so that membership action can be taken.
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