The American Numismatic Association has elections every two years to elect a president, vice president and a board of nine governors.
This election for ANA has a field of 14 candidates running for the board of governors.
The office of president and vice president have single candidates running unopposed.
Hear the positions of this large slate of candidates who hope to run the largest coin collector organization in the United States.
Presented in Alphabetical Order
Candidate: Gary Adkins
Candidate: Scott Barman
Candidate: Steve D’Ippolito
Candidate: Michael Ellis
Candidate: Jeffrey Garrett
Candidate:: William Hyder
Candidate:: Richard Jozefiak
Candidate:: Gregory Lyon
Candidate:: Thomas Mulvaney
Candidate: Walter Ostromecki
Candidate: Oded Paz
Candidate: Ralph Ross
Candidate: Scott Rottinghaus
Candidate: Laura Sperber
Candidate: Jeffrey Swindling
Candidate: Jeffrey Wuller
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Notice in Oded Paz’s closing statement Mr. Ostromecki is not present. He is running unopposed so he must not think it important enough to stick around for the remainder of the forum. I can not remember exactly when he left, but he did not return.