Question: How to be heard when things are not fairly done

I feel that the elections for the PTO board members this year, were completely bias and vetoed by the president. I tried to address the issue to the president and was ignored. Also the principal of the school didn't want to be involved in this matter. Other executive members are afraid to speak up. I would like to know how other schools are handling their elections and I am opened to any suggestions or advices from other experienced members out there. Thank you so much for considering my issue.

Asked by Anonymous



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CMay2CK writes:
I was not aware that the President had the right to veto any nominations. All nominations are to be voted on. You will need to search your bylaws for the nomination and voting procedures. Once you know them, you will be able to approach your President armed with the knowledge needed.

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