Q. We recently held an election for the board of directors. There were five candidates for four positions. Two of the candidates submitted information sheets that were included in the meeting package. Three others never submitted an information sheet. The candidates elected were the three that did not submit information sheets and one that did. After the election, I asked the president to see the three information sheets because they were not included in the mailing. The president said that information was not mandatory and they never received them from the three candidates. I question the ethics and legality of the election of the two candidates who did not submit the information sheets regardless of their qualifications and platform for the office. Can owners request another election?