Hello Brothers and Sisters:
In September of this year, APWU members will have the opportunity to vote in the election of national officers of the American Postal Workers Union. We are asking for your vote and support to elect Greg Bell APWU Executive Vice President.
We ask that you visit our website at gregbell2016.com so we can share with you Greg’s history and proven record of experience, leadership and accomplishments on behalf of our members – both as a national and local leader. We hope you download and share the attached flyer, and the website, with local officers, stewards, and members.
We believe that this election is about electing someone with a record of proven leadership, aggressive representation, and accomplishments, and someone who has demonstrated the ability to perform the duties of the President in case of absence or inability to perform the duties of office. That individual is Greg Bell.
Greg has always been a strong, independent voice at the national level – putting members’ needs and problems first and foremost.
Greg Bell has a record of making significant contributions to our union’s progress and is the ONLY candidate for Executive Vice President that has:
- Played a major role in the APWU’s success in improving pay, working conditions and benefits for our members in national contract negotiations and arbitration;
- The experience and a proven record of resolving and winning national-level disputes on behalf of our members; and
- Based on his experience and expertise, served as the APWU’s expert witness in national-level arbitration, and played a major role in APWU’s success in winning important national grievances.
Greg Bell’s background, accomplishments, experience and expertise reflect the type of leadership and representation that he has provided our members and representatives all around the country. We hope you will join us and encourage others to support and vote for Greg Bell for APWU Executive Vice President. In our last APWU National Election 75% of APWU members DID NOT VOTE!
Your vote does count, your support does matter, and together in this election we can make a difference.