2015 ACM SIG Elections

The 2015 ACM SIG Elections are being conducted by Election Services Corporation (ESC) for the Special Interest Groups SIGACCESS, SIGACT, SIGAPP, SIGBED, SIGBio, SIGCHI, SIGDA, SIGecom, SIGEVO, ACM SIGGRAPH, SIGITE, SIGMETRICS, SIGMIS, SIGOPS, SIGPLAN, SIGSOFT, and SIGWEB.

On 2 April 2015, members of the following SIGs (who were in good standing as of 12 March 2015) were sent voting information from ESC: SIGACCESS, SIGACT, SIGAPP, SIGBED, SIGBio and SIGITE.

On 13 April 2015, members of the following SIGs (who were in good standing as of 24 March 2015) were sent voting information from ESC: SIGecom, SIGEVO, ACM SIGGRAPH, SIGMETRICS, SIGMIS, and SIGOPS.

On 30 April 2015, members of the following SIGs (who were in good standing as of 9 April 2015) were sent voting information from ESC: SIGCHI, SIGDA, SIGPLAN, SIGSOFT, and SIGWEB.

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