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Q: Can the property mgmt co employed by the HOA, be responsible for the election ballots for HOS Board

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A: In Texas, the responsibility for managing election ballots for a Homeowners Association (HOA) Board typically lies with the HOA itself, rather than the property management company employed by the HOA. The election process is governed by the HOA's bylaws and state law. These bylaws often outline the procedures for conducting elections, including how ballots are prepared, distributed, and counted. It is common for the HOA Board or an election committee, as designated in the bylaws, to oversee the election process. While the property management company may assist with logistical aspects, such as providing space for meetings or distributing materials, the ultimate responsibility for ensuring a fair and transparent election rests with the HOA and its governing documents.

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