SEIU Local 1021 2022 San Joaquin Superior Court Chapter Officer Election Notice and Notice of Nomination Form
Election for the San Joaquin Superior Court Chapter Officer Positions of:
- Chief Steward
- Professional Representative
- Office & Office Technical Representative
- Manteca Courthouse Representative
- Stockton Courthouse Representative
- Lodi Courthouse Representative
- JJC Representative
The election will be held electronically via Election Buddy on January 9, 8 am through January 12, 5 pm. Results will be sent out on Friday, January 13, 2023.
In order to run for a Chapter Officer position, nominees must have been members in good standing since September 1, 2021.
The deadline to
submit a nomination is December 5th – at
Nominations may be submitted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org; by fax at 209-461-0574; by handling a completed form to the Union Field Rep. or Committee Member Gayle Elledge/Pam Edwards/Liza Anaya/Brittney Kaufman.
The deadline for nominees to accept the nomination and turn in a candidate statement is December 16, 2022. Nominees can accept by phone when contacted by the committee or via email to the Elections Committee c/o email@example.com.
Candidate statements are due December 16th to the Elections Committee, c/o firstname.lastname@example.org.
The final list of candidates will be published on December 19 at 5 pm.
The Chapter can send two (2) delegates to the SEIU Local 1021 Convention. The Chapter bylaws identify which Chapter Officers serve as delegates: President and Secretary/Treasurer. The delegate alternates are the Chief Steward and COPE Coordinator.
Challenge Procedure: The Elections Committee hears all challenges to the conduct of the election. Challenges to the election must be submitted in writing to the Election Committee, c/o email@example.com within three working days of the Election Committee’s submission of the election report to the Chapter Executive Board. Challenges must be in writing and submitted in writing and must cite specific violation(s) of the Chapter election rules or procedures, Chapter bylaws, or the Local 1021 Constitution. Challenges will only be valid if they cite specific violations of election rules, Chapter bylaws and procedures or the Local 1021 Constitution and if the alleged violation would change 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. 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 will investigate and respond within fifteen (15) working days of receipt of the challenge. Challenges will only be valid if they cite specific violations of election rules and procedures, Chapter Bylaws or the Local 1021 Constitution and if the alleged violation would change the outcome of the election.
Election Committee Members:
- Gayle Elledge firstname.lastname@example.org (209) 992-5346
- Pam Edwards email@example.com (209) 992-5400
- Liza Anaya firstname.lastname@example.org (209) 992-5528
- Brittney Kaufman email@example.com (209) 992-5381