Elect, by a two-thirds vote of its members present and voting, as many general superintendents as it may deem necessary, who shall hold office until 30 days following the final adjournment of the next General Assembly and until their successors are elected and qualified;

a. First, there shall be a “yes” or “no” ballot for the general superintendents presently serving.

b. Vacancies remaining after the ballot process is completed for all general superintendents presently serving shall be filled by ensuing ballots until the elections are completed.

In the event that someone who is ineligible under this provision receives votes on the first ballot, that person’s name shall be deleted from the elective ballot and the report of the first ballot shall include this statement: “One or more names have been deleted due to ineligibility for the office.”

No elder shall be considered eligible for election to the office of general superintendent who has at any time surrendered his or her credential for disciplinary reasons. No person shall be elected to the office of general superintendent who has not reached the age of 35 years or who has reached the age of 68 years. (25.5, 307.16, 900.1)