Chapter Elections

Nomination and Consent Form for Chapter Officers


CSUEU 308 Stanislaus Chapter Elections

The term of the current Chapter Executive Board is coming to an end so we are beginning the election process for new 3 year terms. The process begins with a nomination period. The nomination period is now open and will end on Friday, December 15, 2017 at 12:30 p.m.  Each candidate must complete a "Nomination and Consent Form". Completed forms must be turned in to Rick Dietz (L210E) no later than 12:30 p.m. on Friday, December 15, 2017.



The positions open are:

Chapter President
Chapter Vice President
Chapter Secretary
Chapter Treasurer
Campus Bargaining Unit Representatives (Units 2, 5, 7 & 9)
Chapter Organizing Committee Chairperson

General Council Delegates/Alternates

For more information contact Rick Dietz or attend the Information/Nomination Meeting/Quarterly Meeting on Wednesday, December 6 - 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. in FDC118.

The actual vote for the chapter board positions will be handled by union headquarters via a mail-in ballot. You should expect to receive your ballot at your home address towards the end of January 2018. Completed ballots must be received by CSUEU Headquarters by the date specified in the ballot instructions.

All CSUEU Members are eligible to participate.

Non-members who join prior to elections deadlines are eligible to participate.

If you are a CSUEU member and cannot attend the meeting because of assignment, night/swing shift or other work schedule, please contact the Chapter Nominations Committee to be provided information.

For More Information Contact:

Rick Dietz
Library - L210E
Nominations Committee Chair

Forms will be available at the information meeting on December 6 or contact Rick Dietz.  The forms can also be downloaded from



Officer Descriptions



Chapter President
Shall preside at all meetings of the Executive Board; review work of chapter officers and committees; ensure adherence to duties and responsibilities; represent the chapter in a professional manner; serve on the CSUEU Board of Directors and CSEA General Council; and be familiar with contract language, Chapter Bylaws, CSUEU Policy File, and Roberts’ Rules of Order.


Chapter Vice President
Shall act for, and in the place of, the President and serve on the Executive Board.


Chapter Secretary
Provides written records of all Chapter meetings and serves on the Executive Board.


Chapter Treasurer
Provides accounting for all chapter revenues and serves on the Executive Board.


Chapter Bargaining Unit Representatives 2, 5, 7 and 9
Serves on the Executive Board and serves as primary steward and communications contact for employees in their respective bargaining unit.


Chapter Organizing Chair
Identifies and chairs the Chapter Organizing Committee; develops chapter programs to promote membership recruitment; and coordinate the statewide organizing activities.





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