Board Election Ballots
The nomination period for MOSERS Board of Trustees candidates is now closed. Expect your ballot soon.
The third-party election administrator will mail an election notice (postcard) on August 10 to all eligible members in the Missouri State Employees’ Plan (MSEP) and the Missouri State Employees’ Plan 2000 (MSEP 2000, which includes members of MSEP 2011). This includes all active and retired members. In addition, the election administrator will email eligible members that have a qualified email on file with MOSERS alerting them that the election is open for voting. Be sure to check your inboxes!
Make sure your email is up to date by logging in to myMOSERS , selecting Personal Information then clicking Update Personal Information.
The election notice will contain brief information about the election, such as how to vote and it will direct readers to the MOSERS website, where the biography on each candidate is posted. You can now view the bios for the three active member candidates and the two retired member candidates on the Board Election page.
We encourage you to take a moment to read through them so you can make an informed voting decision. Eligible members will have six weeks to vote online or by phone. The election period ends on September 21, 2022.
Please note: The independent third-party election administrator will create the election ballots, and then count and certify the results. Voting is conducted by the administrator, not MOSERS, so you will not be able to vote by calling MOSERS. Your election notice will include information on how to vote by phone or online.
Your Vote Counts!
As a MOSERS member, you have the opportunity to cast your vote in the Board Election process. For active members, your vote will have an impact on who will hold two of the eleven positions on the MOSERS Board of Trustees, and for retirees, your vote will impact who holds one of the eleven Board positions. The candidates receiving the majority of the votes will serve a 4-year Board term beginning January 2023.