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AMR – Central Arizona
AMR – Southern Arizona
February 22nd, 2023
February 22nd, 2023
1030am on March 10th, 2023
Ballots Prepared & Mailed
10am on March 14th, 2023
Checks for Undeliverable Mail
4PM on 3/18, 3/22, 3/25, 3/30
10am on April 5th, 2023
2022 Local I-60 Union Officer Elections
Nomination and Voting Eligibility
Both the nominee (candidate) and the nominator must be members in good standing at the time the nomination is made.
Members may nominate themselves, provided they are members in good standing with the Local I-60 and IAFF.
Nomination notices will be mailed via US Mail to the last known address of all members in good standing on February 22nd, 2023 If you have recently moved, please update your address with the Local I-60 using the online member portal at https://my.locali60.org/profile
Ballots will be sent to eligible voters on March 14th, 2023. Please update your address on the Union Portal as soon as you can. After February 22nd, 2023 please send all address changes to firstname.lastname@example.org
To be valid, voters must remain eligible and in good standing at the time the ballot is issued and at the time the ballot is counted.
If you need assistance with election materials (missing or damaged ballot materials), please email the Elections Committee (email@example.com)
Nominations for candidates to open offices must be submitted in person at the March 10th Special Meeting, or via electronic mail to firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the March 10th meeting. To be valid, the electronic mail nomination must be received on or after March 7th, 2023 and prior to 10am on March 10th, 2023.
Both the nominee and the nominator must be members in good standing as of the time of nomination.
Members in attendance of the March 10th meeting will be permitted to nominate any member in good standing from the floor.
Candidates need not be present to be nominated. Those nominated will be contacted by the elections committee to accept or decline their nomination(s).
Candidates, and their supporters, are permitted to campaign for nomination and election in compliance with the local and international by-laws, and applicable US Department of Labor laws and regulations.
Candidates or supporters wishing to distribute campaign materials to the membership may utilize the Union to distribute such materials to the degree permitted by rules and regulations. Union funds nor Employer funds may be used to support a candidate. As such, there are applicable costs for distributing campaign materials via the Union.
Candidates may send campaign-related literature in one of two methods:
1) via electronic mail; or,
2) via United States Postal Service.
Candidates electing to distribute campaign material via mass e-mail shall provide the literature in plain text or rich text format (RTF) such that the content may be inserted into the Union’s email system.
Candidates shall be charged a flat fee of $10.00 for each mailing. The election committee shall facilitate mailing of the literature to all members in good standing (for which the Local has a non-employer email address) within three (3) business days upon receipt of materials.
Candidates electing to distribute campaign material via U.S. Postal Service must provide shipping ready materials with postage affixed such that the election committee may affix address labels and deliver them to the post office.
Candidates shall be charged a flat fee of $20.00 for each mailing to cover the cost of time and materials, including delivery to the local post office. The election committee shall facilitate the labeling and mailing of the materials within five (5) business days wherever possible upon receipt of the campaign literature.
The Local can segregate or segment the membership list, such as by Employer and/or by job classification.
The costs indicated above are to recover any expenses incurred by the local for time and materials to the degree which can ensure no Local funds are used either directly or indirectly in the distribution of campaign literature.
Please reference the Constitution and By-Laws of this Local (Article VII: Sections 4 and 5) for any addition information.
The Local I-60 conducts its union officer elections via US Mail in accordance with the US Department of Labor’s laws.
Ballots will be mailed to each member in good standing on March 14th, 2023. Those ballots are to be returned to the Elections Committee via US Mail in a timely manner such that they arrive in time to be counted on April 5th, 2023. Ballots that arrive after the above date/time will not be counted.
Alternatively, the Local’s by-laws permit the in-person return of the ballots to the secured ballot box at the Union’s office in Tempe, Arizona. To utilize this method, please schedule an appointment time with the elections committee to ensure somebody will be present to assist you.
Each ballot return envelop is marked with a unique identifier. This is used to ensure that each member votes only once and that all ballots can be accounted for by the committee. Your secret ballot envelop is separated from this identifiable return envelope prior to counting to ensure that your vote remains a secret.
If you need assistance, have questions, or need replacement ballot materials, please contact the elections committee as soon as possible via email to email@example.com
Candidates may appoint an observer to observe the production and mailing of ballots, the retrieval and counting of ballots, and checks of the PO Box for undeliverable mail.
The Election Post Office Box will be checked by a member of the elections committee at 4pm on the following dates: March 18th, March 22nd, March 25th and March 30th. The Post Office is located at 135 N Center St, Mesa AZ 85201.
Ballots will be prepared on March 14th at 10am at the union’s office in Tempe, Arizona.
Ballots will be retrieved on April 5th at 10am and will be counted at the union’s office in Tempe, Arizona.
Observers planning to be in attendance at any of the above activity should contact the Elections Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org for further instructions.
At-Large positions are voted on by the entire Local I-60 membership, and not by any one particular chapter or region. Those elected to at-large positions are also delegates to the IAFF convention pursuant to the Local’s Constitution and By-Laws. These offices hold three year (3yr) terms commencing on January 1st, 2023.
Maricopa Ambulance Positions
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AMR Southern Arizona Positions
Election Results will be posted following the Ballot Count on April 4th, 2023
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