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Clifford Mishler Elected ANA President
By ANA

Clifford Mishler has been elected the 56th President of the American Numismatic Association, ANA Executive Director Larry Shepherd announced today.

Mishler received 5,047 votes compared with 3,213 for current ANA Vice President Patricia A. Jagger Finner. Thomas G. Hallenbeck, who ran unopposed, was elected Vice President. Incumbents Chester L. Krause, Joseph E. Boling, Walter Ostromecki Jr., and Wendell Wolka were re-elected along with Board newcomers Scott T. Rottinghaus, J.P. Martin and Jeff C. Garrett.

BiggsKofford, independent auditing firm for the American Numismatic Association 2009 Board of Governors' election, counted the ballots and reported the following vote tallies:



For President

Clifford Mishler
Iola, WI
5,047

Patricia A. Jagger Finner
Iola, WI
3,213



For Vice President

Thomas G. Hallenbeck
Colorado Springs, CO
1*



Successful Candidates for Governor

Chester L. Krause
Iola, WI
5,845

Joseph E. Boling
Indianapolis, IN
4,730

Walter A. Ostromecki
Panorama City, CA
4,453

Scott T. Rottinghaus
New London, CT
4,339

Wendell A. Wolka
Greenwood, IN
4,179

J.P. Martin
Englewood, CO
4,066

Jeff C. Garrett
Lexington, KY
3,781



Unsuccessful Candidates for Governor

Alan Herbert
Belle Fourche, SD
3,613

Michael L. Ellis
Virginia Beach, VA
3,111

Jeffrey Swindling
Jacksonville, FL
2,703

Thomas A. Palmer, Jr.
New Smyrna Beach, FL
2,627

Paul Hollis
Mandeville, LA
2,498

Brian E. Fanton
Hiawatha, IA
2,335

Michael S. Turrini
Vallejo, CA
1,961



New officers will be installed during the annual ANA Awards Banquet, Saturday, Aug. 9, at the World's Fair of Money® in Los Angeles.

Overall 8,479 ballots were returned in the 2009 election, compared with 7,171 in 2007. Of all ballots cast, 44 were rejected compared with 505 in 2007. The ANA mailed 29,299 ballots, one to each Association member who was eligible to vote on May 15, 2009.

All Board candidates were informed of the election results during a conference telephone call at 12:30 p.m. Mountain Standard Time, Thursday, July 2.

 



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