APWU: Letter to Presidents – Tentative Agreement ballots have been mailed

From APWU Secretary-Treasurer Elizabeth Powell: From: Liz Powell <epowell@apwu.org> Date: 2/3/22 Subject: Emailing: Letter to Presidents.pdf All Ballots have been mailed (see attached copy of an actual envelope) and if you or your members/non-members do not receive one, please have them contact the American Arbitration Association (AAA) by calling 1-800-529-5218 or 1-800-273-0726  between the hours…

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APWU 2019 Unofficial Election Results

APWU: Ballots for the election of APWU National Officers have now been collected and taken directly to the Embassy Suites Hotel in Washington, D.C. They will be opened then counted. We expect counting to conclude tomorrow. Once unofficial returns begin to come in, likely later today, you can follow them here. Source: OSC Voting

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Didn’t Receive Your Ballot for the APWU National Election?

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 also may be requested by visiting www.aaaelections.org/apwu. To receive a duplicate,…

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Ballots Collected in APWU Election of Officers

[maxgallery id=”50101″]Web News Article #: 221-2016 10/05/2016 – Members of the APWU Election Committee collected ballots for the 2016 election of national officers from the designated post office box at 2 p.m. on Oct. 5 and transported them to the Kellogg Conference Center at Gallaudet University, where they will be counted, Voters’ eligibility will be…

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