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2018 SCCA Board Election Results Announced
November 16, 2017
The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) announced the results of the SCCA Board of Directors elections held in four of the SCCA’s geographic Areas. One new board member was elected, with three incumbents rejoining the board for three-year terms in office.
2018 SCCA Board Election Results Announced

The Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) announced the results of the SCCA Board of Directors elections held in four of the SCCA’s geographic Areas. One new board member was elected, with three incumbents rejoining the board for three-year terms in office.

Chairman of the Board, Lee Hill, of Brandon, Florida, will retain his position as Area 3 Director. In Area 4, Marcus Merideth, of Westland, Michigan, will retain his position. Charlie Davis, of Vallejo, California, ran unopposed to retain the Area 9 Director seat. Finally, in Area 11, Jason Isley, of Coto De Caza, California, ran unopposed to claim that position on the Board.

2018 Board of Director Election results are as follows:

Area 3: Encompasses part of the Southeast Division, including the Florida, Gulf Coast, Wiregrass, Central Florida and Dixie Regions.

Incumbent Lee Hill ran unopposed.

Area 4: Encompasses the Great Lakes Division.

Marcus Merideth: 562

Patrick McCammon: 539

Area 9: Encompasses part of the Northern Pacific Division, including San Francisco and Reno Regions.

Incumbent Charlie Davis ran unopposed.

Area 11: Encompasses the Southern Pacific Division, including Arizona, Cal Club, Hawaii, San Diego, Las Vegas and Arizona Border Regions.

Jason Isley ran unopposed.

The 2018 SCCA Board of Directors:

Area 1 - Bob Dowie

Area 2 - Jack Burrows

Area 3 - Lee Hill

Area 4 – Marcus Merideth

Area 5 - Bruce Lindstrand

Area 6 - Chris Albin

Area 7 - Dan Helman

Area 8 - Arnie Coleman

Area 9 - Charlie Davis

Area 10 - Earl Hurlbut

Area 11 – Jason Isley

Area 12 - Tere Pulliam 

Area 13 - Jim Weidenbaum

Election ballots were received through November 15, 2017, and counted by Mize, Houser & Company, Certified Public Accountants. The current board is set to have one more meeting in December, with new BoD members officially taking their seats January 1, 2018.