Who Can Vote


Delegates from certified congregations can vote in the Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Presidential election. In addition to certified congregation delegates, UUA board members and delegates from the UU Service Committee and the UU Women’s Federation can vote.

Certified congregations are ones that have: filed for certification, held regular religious services, had at least one business meeting, elected officers, maintained membership records, and made a financial contribution to the UUA. To find out if your congregation is certified, check the UUA’s list of certified congregations.

There are two types of delegates from certified congregations. More information on these two types of delegates is below.

Member Delegates

Each congregation that is certified with the UUA gets at least 2 member delegates.

These member delegates are chosen by the congregations through a process each congregation determines for itself. To register your congregation’s delegates go to the UUA Credential Manager. You will need the log-in information for your congregation.

Congregations of more than 100 members get more than 2 delegates. Specifically, for each additional 50 members or fraction thereof, a congregation gets one additional delegate. A table on the UUA website on member delegates outlines this proportional delegate system.

Religious Professionals

Some religious professionals can also be delegates. These religious professional delegates are in addition to the member delegates that a congregation sends and do not subtract from the number of member delegates allotted to a congregation.

To qualify as a delegate, a religious professional must be serving or affiliated with a certified congregation and belong to one of these categories:
Ministers in preliminary or final fellowship with the Association and employed at least half-time (including extension and interim ministers)
Emeritus/a ministers
Community ministers who maintain active involvement and affiliation with the congregation
Directors of religious education with Credentialed Religious Education – Master Level status

More information about voting can be found on the UUA 2017 election webpage.




So grateful to the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix for their support in this journey.

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Excited for lunch tomorrow at 12pm after General session! Food is on us - just bring your questions and your stories. All are welcome to come and eat.
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June 23, 2017, 12:00pm

Come have lunch with Susan Frederick-Gray, Candidate for UUA President, from 12-2pm on Friday, June 23rd. The lunch will take place in the General Assembly convention center in the Rivergate Room. Sus...

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New Hearts are filling up the Campaign Booth! Stop by the #SFG4UUA Booth to fill one out...or respond below and well fill one out for you: What do you love about being a UU? What are your dreams for the UUA?

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Gail LockwoodWhat I love about being UU is Social Justice. What I hope for the future is complete inclusion.

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Becky BowmanI love UU because it challenges me to be a better person. I hope that UU will embrace teens more by providing more support to individuals churches.

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Rev. Susan Frederick-GrayThank you, Becky!

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Come meet Susan Frederick-Gray at the GA Booth this afternoon! Shell be here from 1:30 to 3:00 and wants to hear from you about what you love about your local congregation and be able to answer your questions. #sfg4uua #uuaga

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Looking forward to meeting with you at my booth today at 1:30pm. Come with your questions, your stories or simply your presence. All are welcome.
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June 22, 2017, 1:30pm

Visit with Susan Frederick-Gray, Candidate for UUA President, in the General Assembly Exhibit Hall at Booth #307. Susan will be at the booth on Thursday, June 22nd, from 1:30-3pm and on Saturday, June...

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Limited Edition Tie-Dyed SFG4UUA T-Shirts available in the booth today. First come, first serve!

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Tiffany Lipkeman Mendezlove the tie die!!! I'm too far to come visit your booth but the Mendez family sends their love!!!

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Thank you to everyone who came out for tonights event at NOSH! It was great to be with you all and talk about the future of Unitarian Universalism -- Love, Justice, Vitality! #sfg4uua #uuaga