Hart House Chess Club Fall 2022 Special Election

Update September 25th: The HHCC Executive Board was informed that since there was only one candidate, Bowen Zhang is now the HHCC’s Fundraiser Representative for 2022-2023. An election will not be taking place on September 30th.

Fall 2022 Club Election

Please carefully read the short election information below if you wish to exercise your right to run or vote during the Hart House Chess Club fall 2022 special election.

Interested in being a part of the executive team of the coolest Hart House Student Club? The HHCC is running an election for the vacant Fundraiser Representative position this month! A vote, (if necessary) will be held on Friday, September 30th, at 6:30PM at the Hart House Reading Room.

Position Information

The Fundraising Representative acts closely with the Treasurer to determine the extent and nature of the Club’s financial needs, and organizes corresponding fundraising initiatives with the assistance of other Executive members.

Electoral Process

If you are interested in serving the Hart House Chess Club as a member of the 2022/23 Club Executive in the position of Fundraising Representative, please indicate your interest in doing so before 12 noon on September 23rd, 2022 by sending an email to Ben Hahn, HHCC Alumni Chair, at bfohahn@gmail.com. Please note that interested candidates may be required to submit a brief statement of interest for circulation to the Club’s membership prior to the election. Interested candidates may also be required to give a short speech to the Club’s membership on the day of the election. The Fall election will be held in-person at 6:30 p.m. on Friday September 30th, 2022 in the Hart House Reading Room. Thank you.


All club members, both students and non-students, have the right to vote and to be candidates for an executive position, provided that they have been Hart House Chess Club members for at least one month by September 30th.


If you have any questions, please contact Mr. Hahn at bfohahn@gmail.com, indicating [HHCC Elections] as the subject of your e-mail.

Hart House Chess Club is an open and inclusive environment. As a positive space we welcome and encourage members of all sexes, genders, sexual orientations, ethnicities, languages, abilities, religions and creeds to participate in the student government of the club, either as members of the executive or as volunteers!