chapter elections - vote!

Submit your San Francisco Bay Chapter ballot

Make your voice heard by voting in the annual Executive Committee election for the San Francisco Bay Chapter and in the annual Executive Committee election for one group, your local Group.

Your ballot will be counted only if it is received by the Chapter's Elections Committee before 2 pm, on Friday, December 13.

Here's how to vote electronically:

You will need your eight-digit membership number to vote. You will need to enter it on the 5th line of the form below for your vote to be counted. 

Your membership number can be found on the mailing label of Sierra Club publications, including The Yodeler. After your membership number (the 8 digit number on most Sierra Club publications), are the letters SNGL for a single membership (one vote) or JNT for a joint membership (two votes - one for each member). Getting your membership number from a Sierra magazine label requires special instructions.

If you have a joint membership, and your partner does not receive an email with a ballot link in it, ask them
to go to to vote as well.

If you don't have your membership number you may call the chapter office at (510) 848-0800 during our regular business hours. Another (more difficult) way of getting your membership number is to login. To login you will need to retrieve your password, which you can do if you have an email address on file with the Sierra Club. On the "login" page, your username is usually your email address. If you login, you'll be returned to this page which will display your Sierra Club membership number and membership type ("single" or "joint"). Click here if you would like to try to login to get your membership number.


The candidates' ballot statements can be found here. If you have questions, contact and we'll be happy to help. Voting closes Friday, December 13, 2013 at 2 pm.


Ballot for the San Francisco Bay Chapter and for voting in one of the eight Group Executive Committee Elections (the one you are a member of).

Please note that in the case of multiple votes from a single eligible voter, only the first vote will count. People with joint memberships may each vote once using the same membership number. See instructions above.