Here’s what to do if you did not receive your APWU National Election ballot by September 19

Ballots for the American Postal Workers Union’s 2022 election of national officers will be mailed to all eligible APWU members on Sept. 14. The ballots must be returned to and received in the designated post office box by 2 p.m. (EDT) on Wednesday, Oct. 5. To be eligible to vote, a member must be in “good standing” according to the official records of the national union on June 17 of the election year.

Direct election of union officers has been a hallmark of the APWU’s democratic tradition.

Exercising the right to vote is a simple matter of marking the ballot– which will be mailed to your home – and returning the completed ballot in a postage-paid envelope.

Please take part in the process by filling out and mailing in your ballot as soon as you receive it. And please encourage others at your worksite to exercise their rights as well.

No Ballot?

Members who have not received a ballot by Sept. 19 are asked to notify their local or contact the American Arbitration Association between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. (EDT), Monday through Friday, at 800-529-5218, to request a duplicate. Duplicate ballots may also be requested by visiting

To receive a duplicate, members must provide their name, address, employee ID number and the last four digits of their Social Security number, along with the name of their local and their craft.

The Election Committee will take custody of the ballots at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, and transport them to the Hyatt Regency Washington, 400 New Jersey Avenue, NW, Washington, D.C., 20001, where they will be counted. As soon as they become available, unofficial election results will be posted at

Via APWU Magazine – September/October 2022:

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