2021 Chapter Board & Bargaining Team Elections Election Notice & Method of Nominations
Alameda Courts, SEIU Local 1021 Chapter
These elections shall determine Chapter Board Officers and Bargaining Team members as follows:
Chapter Board Officers
The term of office shall be for two (2) years.
- Vice President
- Chief Steward
- COPE Coordinator
The term of the appointment shall be for the duration of negotiation.
- Six (6) members for the bargaining team
- Runner-up shall be alternate
METHOD OF NOMINATIONS
Nominations for Chapter Board Officers and Bargaining Team members must be submitted no later than Monday, Sept. 06th at 10:00 pm. Nominations must be submitted in writing via email to Art Cooper or made at a general membership meeting.
In order to run for and serve as Chapter Board Officers and Bargaining Team members, candidates shall have been members in good standing for at least one (1) year. No member shall be a candidate for more than one (1) Chapter Board office or seat at a time, but can be a candidate for both a Chapter Board Office and a seat on the Bargaining Team. To serve as a Chapter Board Officer and as a Bargaining Team member, an individual must run for both positions.
If candidates wish to submit written candidate statements, they must do so by submitting their statement via email to Maya Walker by Tuesday, Sept 14th at 12:00 pm. The Election Committee will disseminate submitted statements to members in good standing.
ELECTION AND BALLOT COUNT
The election shall be conducted by secret ballot via an online vote from Friday, September. 17th at 7:30 am to Friday, September 24 by 7:00 pm. If you do not get a ballot by Friday September 17th at 7:30 am, you can request a duplicate ballot by calling the MRC at 1-877-687-1021 no later than Monday, September 20th at 12:00 pm.
Only members in good standing are eligible to vote. Proxy voting and write-in candidates are prohibited.
The election results will be announced on Monday, September 27th.
Election Committee Members:
- Art Cooper
- Shonda Williams
- Maya Walker
Challenges: Challenges to or disputes arising from a Chapter election must be submitted to the Chapter Election Committee within three (3) working days of the submission of the committee’s election report to the Chapter Board. Challenges must be submitted in writing and must cite specific violation(s) of the Chapter election rules and procedures, Chapter bylaws, or the Local 1021 Bylaws and Constitution. Challenges to the election will be considered valid only if they cite specific violations of election rules and procedures, Chapter bylaws, or the Local 1021 Bylaws and Constitution and if the alleged violation may have affected the outcome of the election. The Chapter Election Committee shall investigate and resolve challenges within ten (10) working days of receipt of the challenge. The Election Committee may order a re-run of all or part of the election.
Appeals: Challenges or disputes which are denied or cannot be resolved by the Chapter Election Committee may be appealed in writing to the Local 1021 Executive Board within five (5) working days of receipt of the Chapter Election Committee’s decision. The Local 1021 Executive Board shall investigate and respond within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the challenge. Challenges to the election will be considered valid only if they cite specific violations of the Chapter election rules and procedures, Chapter bylaws, or the Local 1021 Bylaws and Constitution and if the alleged violation may have affected the outcome of the election.
Please update your personal email and cell phone number by
calling the MRC at 1-877-687-1021
You will not be able to vote without accurate contact info on file