Probably the most important thing, in my opinion, is to defeat the Lisenco proposals. These are the changes that would give votes to several officers who are not elected by the membership: President and Vice-Presidents. Just to avoid confusion, it bears repeating that these are not paid officers, but are volunteer/unpaid officers. The problem being that they are not directly elected by the membership, and thus are not charged with representing the membership, as are all the Directors. The "new" Lisenco proposal, here Lisenco AABL proposed amendments.html, has been modified from the first version that was posted a couple weeks ago. It's worded a little more subtly now, but Motion #3 would have the same effect. The motion will pass if 2/3 of the directors (10 directors) vote in favor of it. We need at least 5 Directors to vote against it. I have reason to believe that at least some of the Directors will vote against this. It is important for everyone to contact their Directors and ask that they vote against Lisenco. Also, I think everyone should support the Carlson motion, Carlson Motion 1.pdf, which would clarify the language of the so-called "Code of Conduct" to remove some of the wording problems that have led people to (incorrectly) believe that it was a "gag order" on your Directors ability to talk to Members. SO, again, contact your Directors and ask them to support Carlson Motion 1. Then there's all the Norris-EC proposals. See the links on http://www.central.arrl.org that W3WN posted early this morning. There's a lot there. A lot of it adds sections to the Articles of Incorporation and Bylaws that should have been there all along. But in my assessment, there's nothing that would substantively change the relationship between Directors and the Members in their divisions. A couple of the proposals will be controversial, but I believe they are not all universally supported by all the Directors. I'd suggest reading them carefully, or at least the "Rationale" paragraph at the end of each of the proposals, and if you have an opinion either way, by all means send a (polite) email to your Director expressing your opposition or support.