2020 APA Election Information
The APA Nominations and Elections Committee is appointed each year in January as required by the Constitution and Bylaws. The committee will determine the timeline and dates of the election and communicate information to the membership including how many positions and what type are open and explain the nominations and elections process.
Since the APA is part of the Michigan Education Association and the National Education Association, there are duties associated with these affiliates which include evening and weekend events including the Representative Assemblies and other appropriate meetings to keep the APA informed of actions by these bodies.
During our March election, there was a tie for one MEA/NEA/ RA Delegate seat. MEA Bylaws require our runoff election to be completed by June 1, 2020.
This communication serves as notice of the runoff election for One (1) full term three-year position for MEA/NEA Representative Assembly Delegate ending 2023.
A paper-based ballot option is available by contacting the Runoff Elections Chair.
For questions, please contact the APA Runoff Elections Committee Members: Jared Andrews (chair), Tonya Jamison, Kasey Wilson, and Kandy Slack.
2020 Runoff Election Dates
May 15 to May 22, 2020 – Election is open
May 22, 2020 – Elections results certified and members notified via MSUAPA listserv.
2020 Open Postions
One (1) full-term three-year position for MEA/NEA Representative Assembly Delegate ending in 2023
Jamie Lynn Marks
Official Job Title: Unit HR Coordinator
Employment Unit: Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering
Number of Years in the APA Union: 7 years
Number of Years Employed as a Regular Employee at Michigan State: 11 years
Candidate Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Official Job Title: Industrial Hygienist I
Employment Unit: Environmental Health and Safety
Number of Years in the APA Union: 11
Number of Years Employed as a Regular Employee at Michigan State University: 11
Candidate Email Address: email@example.com