2019 PRCA Rule Book

B3.2.4 Vacancies. Whenever the office of any Contestant Director becomes vacant by reason of death, resignation, removal or otherwise, the timed or riding event representatives of the Competition Event Executive Council, depending on which directorship has become vacant, shall elect a successor in the appropriate category pursuant to Section B3.2.3, who shall serve for the unexpired term of his predecessor. B3.2.5 Removal. Any Contestant Director may be removed at any time, with or without cause, by a vote of all but one of the Contestant Executive Council representatives (excluding the vote of any Representative who is the director sought to be removed). B3.3.1 Number and Tenure. The Representatives to the Rodeo Committee Executive Council shall elect two persons to serve as the Rodeo Committee Directors on the Board of Directors. Such directors shall be elected to serve a two-year staggered term such that one director will be elected each year. One director shall represent those rodeos for which the total of all added purse money for all PRCA rodeo events is $20,000 or less, and one director shall represent those rodeos for which the total of all added purse money for all PRCA rodeo events is greater than $20,000. B3.3.2 Qualifications. At the time of his nomination and election, a Rodeo Committee Director (1) must be a Rodeo Committee Contact or designated representative of an Active Noncontestant Card Member-Rodeo Committee, or a Rodeo Producer, that has sponsored a PRCA-approved rodeo during the current or previous Rodeo Year, which rodeo adds a total purse money category which said nominee seeks to represent, and (2) nominee must not have any other affiliation or card membership in the PRCA and (3) must not, within the five calendar years preceding the year in which the Rodeo Committee Director will take office, have committed an infraction which resulted in a disciplinary suspension of six months or more. B3.3.3 Election. The election for Rodeo Committee Director shall be held at a meeting of the Rodeo Committee Executive Council in November or December of each year at which each Rodeo Committee Executive Council representative shall have one vote. The nominee receiving the greatest number of votes shall be elected. If no nominee receives a majority of votes, the two nominees receiving the highest number of votes shall be entered in a run-off election, for which each representative shall have one vote. A newly elected Rodeo Committee Director shall take office at the first meeting of the Board of Directors held in the following calendar year and shall serve until his successor takes office or until his earlier resignation or removal.

B3.3 Rodeo Committee Directors.

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