Food Conspiracy Co-op Elections

2019 voting is March 1st through March 31st at midnight.  Before voting, please use the linked below to learn more about the Cooperative Community Fund candidate organizations, the Board of Director candidates, and the Round Up candidates:

2019 Co-op Elections Ballot

  • This is used to verify your identity and for auditing purposes; your name and your vote will be kept confidential. Please use the primary member name on file at the co-op.
  • Please enter the member number you give to the cashier when checking out, i.e. the 4 or 5 digit number. This would be the 4 or 5 digits after the zeros and not counting the last digit. Remember, one vote per household. If you have any trouble logging in, please email outreach@foodconspiracy.coop and let us know.
  • Board of Directors

  • You may read more about the candidates by clicking here (opens in a new window).
  • Propositions

  • Food Conspiracy Board of Directors is guided by bylaws and resolutions. There are two propositions for bylaw changes on this ballot. See supplemental information to read the bylaws in question. All bylaws are posted at www.foodconspiracy.coop and can be found by placing “bylaws” in the search field on the top right hand corner of the homepage.
  • Currently, the Board of Directors can only obtain a quorum and vote in person.
  • Currently, an Owner must hold Ownership at Food Conspiracy for 6 months prior to the commencement of Co- op elections to be qualified to run for a seat on the Board of Directors.
  • You may see the supplemental information to read the bylaws in question by clicking here (opens in a new window). All bylaws are posted at www.foodconspiracy.coop and can be found by placing “bylaws” in the search field on the top right hand corner of the homepage.
  • Cooperative Community Fund

  • Food Conspiracy's Cooperative Community Fund (CCF) is one of 40 local CCFs in the country at food co-ops, all of which are sponsored by the Twin Pines Foundation. Every year, Food Conspiracy invests several thousand dollars into our CCF. The fund is invested in Cooperative Development from housing to food co-ops and more. Please select (ONE) local non-profit from the following list to receive the interest earned from our CCF in 2019. Read more about the non-profits by clicking here.
  • Round Up at the Register

  • The Round Up is the collective effort of shoppers to “round up” spare change with their transaction. Proceeds in a given month are donated to a local nonprofit chosen by owners during this election. Read more about the candidates by clicking here.
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