MCCC ELECTIONS - SPRING 2017

VOTING & POLICIES

Thursday, March 23, 2017 - 8:05 pm

Nominations for MCCC Elections are closed.
Online voting will start in approximately the first week of March and end Friday, March 24
Members will receive voting instructions by mail.

ATTENTION

There are several corrections, by addition, to the election materials mailed to you. The omissons are highlighted in each document. Please view/print these documents to have full information.


VOTING

VOTING for MCCC Members Only is at THIS LOCATION .


POLICIES

GENERAL INFORMATION & POLICIES
READ THE POLICIES BELOW!

Particularly with regard to Write-In Candidacy.


Write-in Voting

You can still be a write-in candidate on the election ballot for either of these two categories. And you may vote for another member via write-in voting.

  1. DELEGATE to the MTA Annual Meeting
    Boston - Friday May 19 and Saturday May 20, 2017

  2. DELEGATE to the NEA Representative Assembly
    Boston - Friday, June 30 to Wednesday, July 5, 2017

 


Policies Related to Candidates for Delegate Status

Write-in Candidates (Names Written-In on the ballot)


Candidates for NEA Representative Assembly

NEA Bylaw Rules on NEA-RA

  1. MCCC members in good standing on January 15, 2017, who pay their NEA dues through the MCCC may seek election as MCCC local delegate to the NEA-RA. Only members who pay their dues to NEA through the MCCC are entitled to vote in the election for MCCC delegates to the NEA-RA.
    Members teaching in DCE or part-time day who pay NEA dues through another MTA local (MSCA, a K-12 local, etc) may seek election and vote for NEA-RA delegates only through that local. Individuals who join NEA through MCCC or another local after January 15, 2017 are not eligible to seek election as a delegate to the 2017 NEA-RA.
  2. No dues money may be used to promote the candidacy of any individual for an NEA office.
Delegates to the NEA Representative Assembly

*Receipts and proof of attendance at six of the eight sessions at the NEA RA are required for reimbursement.
**Usually the MCCC provides $800 to the top 10 candidates, but this year the Assembly is in Boston and the top 20 candidates can be reimbursed for up to $400..

The following candidates for NEA Representative Assembly will be on the ballot; write-ins are permitted as well. Generally the MCCC is eligible to send 33 delegates.

Abukhidejeh, KhaledBunker Hill  |  Freeland, Rosemarie Greenfield  |  Putnam, DeAnna Bunker Hill
Alden, AutumnBristol  |  Hoeth, Christopher Bristol  |  Rojas Surin, Michelle Bunker Hill
Anania, KennethMassasoit  |  Izuchi, Ntohm (NT) Quinsigamond  |  Salvo, Thomas Northern Essex
Avedikian, ColleenBristol  |  Klug, Wayne Berkshire  |  Seideman, Jeffrey MassBay
Barnes, ClaudineCape Cod  |  LePage, Gerald Bristol  |  Shivers, Candace Mount Wachusett
Boudreau, Catherine Massasoit  |  Martin, Carol Bristol  |  Smith-Ash, Darlene Holyoke
Callaghan, Meghan Bunker Hill  |  McCourt, Susan Bristol  |  Surin, Enzo Bunker Hill
Crowe, Margaret MassBay  |  palermo, mark Northern Essex  |  Taylor, Wayne Bunker Hill
Dorsey, Ely Bristol  |  Parsons, Ellen MassBay  |  Wong, Margaret Quinsigamond
Fiske, John Bunker Hill  |  Pearson, Michael Mount Wachusett  |  Yohe, Diana Bristol
Flynn, Peter Northern Essex  |  Pratt, Ellen Mount Wachusett  |  Zanca, Randeen Quinsigamond

Candidates for MTA Delegate Assembly

MTA Bylaw Rules on MTA-DA

  1. MCCC members in good standing on March 1, 2017, who pay their MTA dues through the MCCC may seek election as MCCC local delegate to the MTA-DA. Only members who pay their dues to MTA through the MCCC are entitled to vote in the election for MCCC delegates to the MTA-DA.
    Members teaching in DCE or part-time day who pay MTA dues through another MTA local (MSCA, a K-12 local, etc) may seek election and vote for MTA-DA delegates only through that local. Individuals who join MTA through MCCC or another local after March 1, 2017 are not eligible to seek election as a delegate to the 2017 MTA-DA.
  2. MCCC Members on the MTA Board are ex officio delegates to the MTA.
  3. Delegates shall be registered at the Annual Meeting (DA) for a term of one year.
  4. No dues money may be used to promote the candidacy of any individual for an MTA office.

Delegates to the MTA Annual Meeting

Abukhidejeh, KhaledBunker Hill | Gray, CarolGreenfield | Perryman, DorrisBristol
Adamowicz, CatherineBristol | Guarino, GailCape Cod | Peterson, DonaldMassasoit
Adams, ColinBerkshire | Hoeth, ChristopherBristol | Pratt, Ellen Mount Wachusett
Alden, AutumnBristol | Howarth, PauletteBristol | Putnam, DeAnnaBunker Hill
Anania, KennethMassasoit | Izuchi, Ntohm (NT)Quinsigamond | Rapien, MaryBristol
Avedikian, ColleenBristol | Kay, KarenMassasoit | Ridinger , Seth Quinsigamond
Avedikian, DanielBristol | Klug, WayneBerkshire | Rizzo, JosephNorthern Essex
Barnes, ClaudineCape Cod | LePage, GeraldBristol | Salvo, ThomasNorthern Essex
Bradford III, HenryMassasoit | Lynch, AprilBristol | Schnapp, KarlBristol
Callaghan, MeghanBunker Hill | Mahler, PhilipMiddlesex | Seideman, JeffreyMassBay
Camerota, NicholasSpringfield Technical | Martin, CarolBristol | Shivers, CandaceMount Wachusett
Coogan, JacquelineBunker Hill | Martin, KathrynCape Cod | Smith-Ash, DarleneHolyoke
Corven, JamesBristol | McCourt, SusanBristol | sullivan, gailNorthern Essex
Cox, MargaretBristol | Meggison, PeterMassasoit | takvorian, kennethMount Wachusett
Crowe, MargaretMassBay | MULLER, SHEILANorthern Essex | Taylor, WayneBunker Hill
Dolan, TimGreenfield | Murphy, MicheleBristol | Vanwert-Branscomb, SuzanneNorthern Essex
Donahue, PamelaNorthern Essex | Nolan, ScottBristol | Weeden, PaulMassasoit
Dorsey, ElyBristol | palermo, mark Northern Essex | Williams, DonaldNorth Shore
Fiske, JohnBunker Hill | Parsons, EllenMassBay | Wong, MargaretQuinsigamond
Freeland, RosemarieGreenfield | Pearson, MichaelMount Wachusett | Yohe, DianaBristol
Zanca, RandeenQuinsigamond