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There was an error in the election coverage ("Election Results: New Faces in the Crowd," November 2004). Steve Speicher had been first vice president, not second vice president, as stated in the article. Under the rules of succession, M.J. Schmitt, who had been second vice president, was promoted to first vice president when Steve Speicher resigned; the board elected Mitch Pomerantz to fill the vacancy. But under the same rules, Pomerantz had to stand for election at the next convention.
During the post-convention meeting of the ACB Board of Directors, Naomi Soule was elected to serve on the PR committee, not on the board of publications as was accidentally stated in the summary of that meeting as published in the November 2004 issue of this magazine.
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