APWU 2019 Election Unofficial Vote Tally

GENERAL AND DEPARTMENTS PRESIDENT Mark Dimondstein – 15766 Greg Bell – 6746 John L. Marcotte – 9765 Tony D. McKinnon, Sr. – 3151 EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT Debby Szeredy – 14237  Sam Wood – 7794 Jonathan Smith – 13108 SECRETARY-TREASURER Elizabeth “Liz” Powell – 25276 Jeane Gardiner – 9488 INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS DIRECTOR Vance Zimmerman – 13205…

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“The Transition of Healing Our Union” by APWU WR Coordinator Omar Gonzalez

Excerpt: A consequence of a spirited election (for lack of a better term) is the real need of a process to transition into the cohesive band of brothers and sisters we must be. It is not easy but possible. It will take time, but time is not something we can let escape us. The real…

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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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APWU Election Committee to take custody of ballots at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, October 7

VIII. ELECTION PROCESS J. ARTICLE 12, SEC. 5. [in part] To be valid, ballots shall be in the designated box not later than on October 5 at 2:00 p.m. They shall be taken from the designated box at or about 2:00 p.m. on October 5th by the ballot association with at least two (2) members…

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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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