NEC and Industrial Executive Elections – 2017 

NEC and Industrial Executive Elections – 2017 
The purpose of this LTB is to provide Branches with further information regarding the forthcoming NEC and Industrial Executive ballots which are scheduled to take place from 16th March 2017 to 4th April 2017.
In line with the policy previously published to branches (please see LTB 688/16) we are taking this opportunity to provide further guidance on the number of candidates that members will be entitled to vote for in the respective elections. This will assist those Branches who wish to advise their members of any recommendations that the branch may make.
Also attached to this LTB is an advanced copy of a leaflet that will be included in the member election packs. This leaflet contains a list of all of the nominations received in the above elections and also provides information on those positions where candidates have been elected unopposed and therefore no ballot is required.
The ballots scheduled to take place and the “entitled to vote” arrangements are as follows:
 
POSTAL CONSTITUENCY 
National Executive Council Representatives 
All members of the Postal Constituency are entitled to vote in this ballot and there are 17 candidates listed on the voting paper.
The number of candidates to be voted for in this ballot can be less, but not more than Nine. Accordingly Branches will be entitled to recommend up to Nine candidates to their members. 
Postal Executive Representatives – Postal Grades
All Postal Grade members of the Postal Constituency are entitled to vote in this ballot and there are 16 candidates listed on the voting paper. Please note that members of the Postal Constituency who are PTS grades will not be eligible to vote in this ballot.
The number of candidates to be voted for in this ballot can be less, but not more than Thirteen. Accordingly Branches will be entitled to recommend up to Thirteen candidates to their members. 
 
TELECOMS & FINANCIAL SERVICES CONSTITUENCY 
T&FS Constituency Vice Chair
All members of the T&FS Constituency are entitled to vote in this ballot and there are 2 candidates listed on the voting paper.
The number of candidates to be voted for in this ballot is One. Accordingly Branches will be entitled to recommend One candidate to their members.
T&FS National Executive Council Representatives 
All members of the T&FS Constituency are entitled to vote in this ballot and there are 7 candidates listed on the voting paper.
The number of candidates to be voted for in this ballot can be less, but not more than Six. Accordingly Branches will be entitled to recommend up to Six candidates to their members.
T&FS Executive Representatives 
All members of the T&FS Constituency (excluding those members in the Santander and related companies, Geoban, Isban, Produban, Swiss Post – Santander, Telefonica O2 UK, Huawei and ISS Eaton, Capita in the TFS Sector and Gather & Gather (Capita contract)) are entitled to vote in this ballot and there are 6 candidates listed on the voting paper.
The number of candidates to be voted for in this ballot can be less, but not more than Five. Accordingly Branches will be entitled to recommend up to Five candidates to their members. 
Any enquiries regarding this Letter to Branches should be addressed to the Senior Deputy General Secretary’s Department on telephone number 020 8971 7237, or email address sdgs@cwu.org.
Yours sincerely,
 
TONY KEARNS
SENIOR DEPUTY GENERAL SECRETARY
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LTB 147/17 – NEC & Industrial Executive Elections 2017

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