Dynamic Chiropractic – March 28, 1990, Vol. 08, Issue 07

NCMIC: Four Nominees

For Two Positions -- Now This is an Election!

By Donald M. Petersen Jr., BS, HCD(hc), FICC(h), Publisher

In 1990 the Soviet people and the NCMIC policyholders will, for the first time in their respective histories, be offered a choice in their elections. This landmark event was accomplished last year when the policyholders rejected the candidates "chosen" for them by the existing board.

This is not the only benefit achieved by the policyholders last year (for an additional look at the changes and future of NCMIC, please see the article on page 12). The increase of policyholders who voted (an increase of over 70%) and their choice of write-in candidates, sent a message that has begun a transformation of the company.

This year, there were two methods available for nomination: by the board of directors or by the policyholders. In order for a policyholder to seek nomination "by the policyholders," that individual needed a mere 50 letters from other policyholders nominating him or her for that position.

Your ballot will be arriving very soon. Please take the time to read the interviews with the four nominees and their endorsements. In some ways this election is even more important than last year. The policyholders must choose the two individuals best qualified to continue the improvements begun by Drs. Arnold Cianciulli and Charles Cline.

It is time once again to exercise control over YOUR malpractice insurance company! 

Graph of the percentage of NCMIC policyholders who voted in the previous elections - Copyright – Stock Photo / Register Mark

The addition of two "write-in" candidates has reversed the downward trend of NCMIC voter apathy. As you can readily see, 1989 was a year when the NCMIC policyholders took back control of their malpractice insurance company.

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