Monthly Archives: December 2013

Results of 2013 Union Officer Nominations process

The faculty union Elections Committee met on Wednesday, December 4th, 2013 and reviewed the nominations for President, Vice President, Secretary and Treasurer.

19 nominations were received via the form on the Pratt Faculty Union website. There were no paper nominations received. All nominations were deemed valid by the committee.

The nominations are as follows:

For PRESIDENT:
9 nominations for Kye Carbone
5 nominations for Jenny Lee
Result: The Elections Committee will hold an election between Jenny Lee and Kye Carbone for the officer position of PRESIDENT. The election will take place via either electronic or postal ballot from December 16th to the 30th. Details to follow.

For VICE PRESIDENT:
14 nominations for Emily Beall
Result: Emily Beall is the only candidate nominated and will assume the position of VICE PRESIDENT for the calendar years 2014-2016.

For SECRETARY:
10 nominations for Holly Wilson
Result: Holly Wilson is the only candidate nominated and will assume the position of SECRETARY for the calendar years 2014-2016.

For TREASURER:
9 nominations for Dennis Masback
1 nomination for Laura Elrick
Result: Dennis Masback is the only candidate with the required three nominations and will assume the position of TREASURER for the calendar years 2014-2016.

If any Pratt Faculty Union member wishes to review the submitted nominations they can contact the Elections Committee and arrange a time to review them in the presence of a member of the committee.

You can download an electronic version of this report here.

Nominations period for 2013 Officer Elections is closed

As of Monday, December 2nd at 5 pm, the nominations period for the 2013 UFCT Officer elections has come to an end.

Nominations will be tallied by the Elections Committee on Wednesday, December 4th. Should there be more than one qualified nominee for any of the four officer positions, we will immediately conduct an election using electronic voting.

Please check back to learn more about the elections procedure and to make sure that you know how to exercise your right to vote in the election, which will take place before the end of the year.

Questions about the elections process? Feel free to contact the Elections Committee.