All of the candidates on this year's D.C. Pro ballot have won re-election to the board. All ran unopposed.
In the annual election held in May, 23 people voted - roughly 7 percent of the chapter. Nineteen votes were cast electronically and four by paper ballot.
Andy Schotz, who is finishing his second one-year term as president, was chosen to serve a third year.
Julie Asher will remain vice president, Amy Fickling will continue as treasurer, Sue Kopen Katcef will stay on as corresponding secretary and Ben Shlesinger will retain his position as recording secretary.
Bill McCloskey, Bob Becker and Steve Taylor were approved for two-year board terms.
Garth Hogan will serve a one-year term, which allows the D.C. board to return to a previous even split. In the future, three two-year board terms will expire one year and the other three terms will expire the following year.
The winning candidates will be sworn in at the annual Hall of Fame dinner on June 15.