IEEE Computer Society Elections
Learn about the candidates and read their position statements and biographies in the elections for Computer Society volunteer leaders.

The 2020 IEEE Computer Society election has ended.

Election of officers to one-year terms and of Board members to three-year terms, each beginning 1 January 2021, will be by vote of the membership, as specified in the Bylaws.

Candidates’ bio and position statements will be available in the Meet the Candidates section of this page, in the Tech News, and published in the August 2020 issue of Computer magazine.


Did you miss our virtual presidential town hall on Friday, 31 July? Watch it here.


The 2020 IEEE Computer Society Election results will be announced in the Computer Society’s Press Room and included in the December 2020 issue Computer.

The opinions expressed in the statements are those of the individual candidates and do not necessarily reflect Computer Society positions or policies.


Who Can Vote?
Members and Graduate Student members in all regions can vote via the IEEE's secure website at (Open from 3 Aug. to 21 Sept).

(Note: undergraduate students are ineligible.) Computer Society Members and Graduate Student members must have been on record as of 28 May 2020 to have been eligible to vote in the 2020 election.
How Will I Get My Ballot?
All members will receive a broadcast email message from sender with voting instructions to access their web ballot package information and voting link. (Open from 3 Aug. to 21 Sept). IEEE Account username/password is required to access the online ballot.
Paper Ballots?
Computer Society members without email addresses in their member records, or who have opted out of IEEE email communications, will receive paper ballot packages via mail. Return your ballot using the business reply envelope provided or to:

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