The 2015 GTFF Elections are May 4th-8th in the GTFF Office. Those wishing to vote by absentee ballot can email Amber at email@example.com for a ballot.
Election results will be announced Friday, May 8th at the Great Cover-Up and through email the following day.
Statements from Officer candidates and candidates for the graduate assistance fund committee (GAFC) is here. All full members can vote for officers and GAFC members.
Statements from Steward candidates is here. Only members within a department can vote for stewards from their department. Departments can have 1 steward for each 10 members (minimum 1 steward / department). Departments without full representation in the executive council, can add stewards to the executive council by a vote of the current members of the executive council. Stewards must be re-elected yearly.
All elections have space for write-in candidates. Information about the roles of all electable positions is available here.
Proposed Bylaw Amendments
- Article 4 – Creation of VP of Membership (amendment text)
- Article 4 – Creation of VP of Equity and Inclusivity (amendment text)
- Article 11 – Remove language requiring use of Robert’s Rules (amendment text)
Member comments on the proposed bylaw amendments are available in the May 2015 issue of The Agitator.
Officer Candidates (statements)
|VP for Organizing||Annie Caruso|
|VP for Grievances||Eleanor Wakefield|
|VP for Political Education||Kadie Manion|
|VP for External Relations||Natalie Brenner|
|VP for Operations||Jessica Neafie|
|VP for Member Communications||Patrick Griener|
Note: Some proposed bylaw amendments create new officer positions for the GTFF. If those amendments pass, a special election for the newly created officer positions will be held at a later date.
Graduate Assistance Fund Committee Candidates (statements)
- Shawna Meechan
- Benedikt Springer
Steward Candidates (statements)
|Computer & Information Science||Nick Chaimov
|Comparative Literature||Joanna Myers|
|Creative Writing||Rose Lambert-Sluder
|East Asian Languages and Literature||Stephen Murnion|
|Environmental Studies||Nick Dreher|
|Geological Sciences||Win McLaughlin
|German and Scandinavian||Eva Hoffman|
|International Studies||Katie Stoysich|
|Critical and Socio-Cultural Studies of Education||Brianna Bertoglio|
|Philosophy||Joshua (Gus) Skorburg
|Political Science||Malori Musselman
|Psychology||Philippe Bou Malham|
|Romance Languages||Nagore Sedano|
|Women and Gender Studies||Alexis Yalon|