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APWU Web News Article 94-2007

It's Official! Election Results Certified

10/11/2007 - Official results for the APWU election of national officers have been tabulated by American Arbitration Association and certified by the APWU Election Committee. They also will be published in the November/December edition of The American Postal Worker.

The results have been separated according to local, Secretary-Treasurer Terry Stapleton has announced. Offices that are not shown were uncontested.

APWU Web News Article 93-2007

Final, Unofficial Election Results

10/06/2007 - Ballots for the APWU election of national officers have been counted by the American Arbitration Association, under the supervision of the APWU Election Committee. Final, unofficial results are posted. 

Official results will be posted as soon as they are certified by the Election Committee, and will be published in the November/December edition of The American Postal Worker

APWU Web News Article 92-2007

Unofficial Election Results Posted

10/06/2007 - Ballots for the APWU election of national officers are being counted by the American Arbitration Association, under the supervision of the APWU Election Committee. Preliminary, unofficial results are posted and will be updated frequently. 

Official results will be posted as soon as they are certified by the Election Committee, and will be published in the November/December edition of The American Postal Worker. 

APWU Web News Article 91-2007

Ballot Count Begins

10/05/2007 - The APWU national officers’ election ballot count began Oct. 5. Secretary-Treasurer Terry Stapleton has announced that approximately 77,127 ballots have been received. Unofficial results will be posted on the union's Web site, www.apwu.org, as soon as they become available.

APWU Web News Article 88-2007

APWU Officers’ Election Ends Oct. 5

09/26/2007 - Time is running short for members who have yet to vote in the APWU National Officers election. Ballots were mailed Sept. 12-15, and must be returned to and received in the designated post office box by 2 p.m. (Eastern Time), Oct. 5. 

A small number of APWU members have reported that their completed ballots were returned to them. If you have already voted and your ballot is sent back to you, please draw an “X” through your return address and bar code, and mail the ballot again. 

APWU Web News Article 82-2007

Several Local and State Elections Set for Nov. 6

All-Craft Conference Attendees Urged to Vote by Absentee Ballot

09/05/2007 - Many APWU members who plan to be in attendance at the APWU All-Craft Conference in Las Vegas Nov. 5-8 should also make plans to vote ahead of time in elections taking place back home.

Several statewide and local elections are scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 6. Conference participants are urged to make arrangements — and soon — to vote by absentee ballot or, if permissible to vote early.

APWU Web News Article 77-2007

AFL-CIO President Salutes APWU For Work on ‘Solidarity’ Campaign

08/14/2007 - In a letter to the union’s Executive Office, AFL-CIO President John J. Sweeney has commended the APWU for making a solid case for solidarity.

Citing the 2006 APWU National Convention Resolution that encourages affiliation with state and local labor councils, Sweeney wrote that he was pleased with the APWU’s “serious commitment” to the labor federation’s Solidarity Affiliation Campaign.

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