Annual election for NJEA representatives slated for April
NJEA will hold its annual elections in April for NJEA county (and other unit) representatives. This year, approximately one-third of the Executive Committee and approximately one-half of the Delegate Assembly and Delegate Assembly Alternates will be elected.
Balloting is conducted with the assistance of an outside vendor. A ballot and a postage-paid return envelope are sent to each member. The ballot will come via first class mail at the address currently on file. A paper ballot will be used. Complete instructions for voting will be contained in the ballot mailing. To be counted, voted ballots must be mailed to the address specified in the ballot mailing. Ballots sent to any other address will not be counted.
If there are any unanticipated changes in procedure, this information will be published in the April NJEA Review, publishing schedules permitting.
Elections will be held between April 1st and noon of April 15th. To be counted, ballots must be received at the address indicated in the ballot mailing no later than noon on April 15th. There will be no online voting this year. All voting will be by paper ballots.
For complete elections rules and procedures, visit njea.org/njeaelections.
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