To delete language that is no longer needed now that executive officer elections are on the same three-year cycle

Article IV. Executive Officers

Section 5. Elections, Terms, and Salaries

Beginning in 1993 and each third year thereafter, the The President, and the Vice President and the Secretary-Treasurer shall be nominated at and elected by the Representative Assembly at the Annual Meeting in accordance with this Constitution, the Bylaws, and the Standing Rules.

b. Beginning in 2014 and each third year thereafter, the Secretary-Treasurer shall be nominated at and elected by the Representative Assembly at the Annual Meeting in accordance with this Constitution, the Bylaws, and the Standing Rules.

c. b. In an election for President, Vice President, or Secretary-Treasurer, if there is only one (1) candidate for the position, the Chair shall declare such candidate elected.

d.c. The terms of the President, of the Vice President, and of the Secretary-Treasurer shall be three (3) years beginning September 1 following their election, except that the term of the Secretary-Treasurer elected in 2012 shall be two (2) years. Each executive officer shall remain in office through August 31 of the year in which a successor is elected, unless otherwise provided in this Constitution. An executive officer shall serve no more than two (2) terms in the office to which elected.

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