Dons Trust election gathers pace
The election for the Dons Trust Board is now in full swing and statements from each of the candidates are now available to download on the official website.
to visit this section.Dons Trust ElectionAhead of Sunday’s live event at The Cherry Red Records Stadium (between 1.00 pm and 2.30 pm approximately) when candidates will field questions from supporters, we have published each of their manifestos via a link in our Dons Trust section. Click on
for this website. The discussion will be brought to you live by our Radio WDON team via a link on iPlough Lane, which will appear on Sunday morning.stadium site , via Twitter (#AFCW13) or at iPlough Lane when the forum takes place on Sunday (click on Your AFC WimbledonSunday’s live discussion will be chaired independently with each candidate having a chance to voice their views on questions posed. Questions can be submitted via e-mail by clicking on
There are six candidates for five places, so with only three existing members of the Dons Trust Board standing, there will be at least two new faces representing fans. In the next two years of their term of office they’ll be involved in big decisions on issues like the new stadium.
) are as follows:YouTubeThe six candidates (we randomised the order in which they appeared on the ballot with Neal Ardley drawing the names from a hat for
.Dons Trust ElectionDons Trust members who have chosen to vote with a ballot paper by post should have received this last week. Members who have chosen to vote online should have received the information by e-mail on Monday. Members who have received a postal ballot paper but would rather vote online (or vice-versa), or who have not received any election communication, should e-mail by clicking on
Votes need to be submitted by 5.00 pm on Wednesday, 4 December, and the result will be announced the next day at the Dons Trust AGM on Thursday, 5 December, as well as on the club and trust websites.