The Association office and Board of Directors
want all households who are eligible to vote to do so.
We’ve made some changes this year,
so please read through this carefully.
If you have problems, questions or concerns,
as soon as possible.
Highlights of 2018 changes:
One vote will be to elect three members to the Board of Directors. A second vote will be to add nine amendments to the Code of Regulations (the By-Laws) via proxy.
If you plan to attend the annual meeting, there is no need to complete the limited proxy since you will be able to vote in person at the meeting.
Paper ballots to elect the Board of Directors are being counted by a third party, so they should be mailed in the envelope provided or brought sealed to the annual meeting.
be mailed or brought to the Association office.
However, limited proxy forms to amend the Code of Regulations should be returned to the Association office.
Households on electronic communications will receive two separate emails; one ballot and one limited proxy. These emails must be sent separately because voting for board members must be anonymous but voting for the amendments can’t be.
One paper ballot to elect the Board of Directors and one Limited Proxy will be sent to all households who are on paper communications and who are eligible to vote.
(Why didn’t we receive a ballot and proxy?)
The ballot and proxy will arrive in a 9” x 12” white envelope, which also contains all other annual meeting materials. Your envelope will look like one of these:
Important: the Board of Directors ballot is tri-folder. The ballot and return envelopes it goes with may have settled to the bottom of the mailing envelope, so please check the entire envelope carefully.
The limited proxy, cover letter,
Language to Amend the Code of Regulations of Muirfield Association, Inc.
and all other materials are not folded.
To vote for Board of Directors candidates, mark your ballot with your choice(s), then seal only the ballot
(do not include the limited proxy form) in the envelope marked BALLOT:
Place the BALLOT envelope inside the return envelope. Sign where indicated on the envelope, stamp it and mail it. Please mail this to the address on the front of the return envelope. Do not mail or bring to the Association office.
Alternately, sealed ballots may be brought to the annual meeting.
Vote to Amend the Code of Regulations
Included in the annual meeting envelope will be a cover letter explaining the proposed amendments to the Code of Regulations, the actual text of the amendments, and a Limited Proxy.
These proposed amendments will be introduced and a vote will be held at the Annual Meeting. The Code of Regulations requires approval from a majority of the members in attendance to pass the amendments. If you attend the meeting, a consent ballot will be given to you at the meeting, which means there is no need to complete the limited proxy.
If you will not be able to attend the Annual Meeting and wish to vote for the amendments by proxy, complete, date, sign, and return the proxy to the Muirfield Association office at any time before 4:00 p.m. on April 25, 2018.
Do not mail the limited proxy with the ballot for the Board of Directors.
Electronic Voting Instructions
For those residents on electronic communications, watch your email (including spam, junk and trash) starting April 11 for two separate emails. They will both come from an address similar to "[email protected] via surveymonkey.com", but will have different titles.
Please do not assume you’ve received two of the same email and accidentally delete one.
Two emails are being sent because voting to elect board members must be done anonymously but a resident must identify themselves to vote for the amendments.
One email will link you to the ballot to vote for Board of Directors candidates. The email title will be "Voting Ballot from Muirfield Association”.
This vote is anonymous. Although the office can see that you voted, they cannot see who you voted for.
Since each household may only vote one time, only ONE EMAIL will be sent to the PRIMARY email address you provided for your household. Watch your spam carefully!
The email will contain directions and a link to your ballot. This link will only work one time, so please confer with other members of your household before voting. Once the ballot is cast, it cannot be changed.
Electronic voting will close automatically at 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 25. You must vote by that time.
You cannot vote in person for the Board of Directors, nor can you be issued a paper ballot if an electronic one was already sent.
A second email will link you to a limited proxy form which will allow you to vote in favor or against each of the proposed amendments to the Code of Regulations. The title will be "Ballot to Amend the Code of Regulations for Muirfield Association".
The email will contain directions and a link to the proxy. This is not an anonymous process, so you must supply your name and lot or Muirfield address. A household can only vote once, so please confer with other members of your household before voting.
If you plan to attend the annual meeting, there is no need to complete the limited proxy.
This vote will also close by 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 25. However, if you choose, you may vote in person at the annual meeting
for the amendments only
(not for the Board of Directors.)
If you do not receive one or both emails by April 15, check your spam and deleted items.
If you are not able to locate one or both, please email
and provide your name, Muirfield street address and if you’re missing the ballot, proxy or both.
Why didn’t I receive a ballot and proxy?
First, if you received your packet in mail, check the envelope carefully! The ballot is tri-folded and may have settled to the bottom or gotten stuck between other papers.
Other reasons could be that your household's account is delinquent,
your payment did not reach us by the time annual meeting materials were sent,
your property has outstanding deed violation(s),
or you never registered your household with the office.
It's also possible that your postal mail has not arrived (if being forwarded) or the ballot and/or proxy emails have been sent to spam or bounced.
If you did not receive a ballot or proxy and do not know why, we want to help you! Please contact us at 614-889-0922 or
We will investigate the situation and make every attempt to resolve it.
Staff is happy to assist you, but please contact us in a timely manner
so there is time to investigate and attempt to resolve the problem.