SPECIAL NOMINATION NOTICE
1st VICE-PRESIDENT VACANCY
AFGE LOCAL 3307
DATE: MARCH 15, 2022
Nominations for the office of 1st Vice-President will be accepted from the floor at the special nomination meeting on Monday, March 28th, 2022, at 7:00 pm. (NOTE: This is not a general membership meeting; no further union business will be discussed. The meeting will be solely for the officer nomination.) Qualifications for office are: be a member in good standing of this local; be a member for one year of an AFGE local immediately preceding the closing of the nomination process; not be a member in any labor organization not affiliated with the AFL-CIO. The term of office is for the months remaining until the installation of officers following the regularly scheduled elections for this office in 2022. Any member who has signed an SF-1187 accepted by a responsible officer of the local is in good standing and eligible to nominate candidates.
A second for a nomination is not required. Self-nominations are permissible. Nominations also may be made in writing, and must be received by Election Committee Chairperson Ram L. Gonzalez at the AFGE Local 3307 Election Committee’s mailing address, P. O. Box 530308, Harlingen, TX 78553, no later than 5:00 pm on Monday, March 28th, 2022.
Candidates must accept their nomination at the nomination meeting or, if not in attendance, submit a written & signed acceptance to Election Committee Chairperson Ram L. Gonzalez, to be received by close of nominations. The member making the nomination has the responsibility of informing the nominee of his or her nomination. Placement on the ballot will be determined immediately following the nominations.
The manual secret ballot election will be conducted on Thursday, May 12th, 2022 from 7:00 am – 7:00 pm at the NBPC Local 3307 Union Hall located at 4179 Crosspoint Blvd., in Edinburg, Texas. Additional information regarding the election will be provided in a separate election notice, which will be mailed to all Local 3307 members at a later date.
Each candidate may have a reasonable number of observers, who are members, present throughout the election process, including the tally of ballots.