Welcome the New Local Leadership


Official Notice

ELECTED LEADERS

Paul Regalado – President
David Perkins – Vice President
Tim McVey – Treasurer
Scot Johnson – Stanford (SLAC) Delegate

Nominees for office of the President, Vice President, Treasurer, and one (1) Stanford Delegate went uncontested. In accordance with SEIU Local 2007 Constitution and Bylaws Article 11.5.C these nominees are declared elected without further procedures. Pursuant to Article 18 of the Constitution and By-laws of SEIU Local 2007 (Convention Representation), by virtue of their offices, all of the above listed offices automatically serve as delegates to the SEIU International Convention. Newly elected officers will be installed March 1, 2021 and serve a full three – year term ending in February 2024.


OFFICES WHERE NO CANDIDATES FILED FOR NOMINATION

No members filed or qualified for candidacy for the offices of Secretary, two (2) Stanford Delegates or Santa Clara University Delegate. Pursuant to Article 13, Section 1 of the Local 2007 Constitution and bylaws, the President of the Union shall appoint a member in good standing to occupy the vacant office for the remainder of the term ending in 2024.


INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS

Newly elected officers will be installed on March 1st, 2021.


PROTESTS

Any member, who wishes to protest any aspect of the election, including nomination, should email a protest to Election Committee Chairperson, Dale Miller at “Elections@SEIU2007.org”

Local President Withdraws Waiver of Eligibility Requirements

On January 10, 2021, SEIU Local 2007 President, Jose Escañuela, sent an email to the membership regarding his withdrawal of the eligibility waiver for the 2021 Officer Elections nominees. Below you will find a copy of that email.

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International Constitution & Bylaws Article XV Section 2 Waiver (UPDATE)

Brothers and Sisters.

On Dec 21, 2020 I wrote to inform you that I requested, to our International Union President Mary Kay Henry; a waiver of the “(2) years continuous good standing rule” for eligibility to run for Local union office. Since then, several concerns were raised about the request and the manner I submitted it.

Last week our International Union advised me that the request was not properly made as I had requested it without the approval of our local Executive Board. On Thursday January 7, 2021 I put the waiver up for a vote to our Executive Board and the result of the vote was a tie. I since have withdrawn it.

My sincerest apologies for any confusion or misunderstandings this may have caused.

Jose N. Escañuela

President, SEIU Local 2007

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This withdrawal means that for a nominee to be eligible to run for an officer or delegate position within our Local they must have been a member in good standing for a minimum of two years and remitted dues during the time in which they were due. If a nominee/ would-be candidate is delinquent in their dues because they were out an a leave of absence they will be provided with an opportunity to remit those delinquent dues.

Stay tuned for the next phases of the 2021 Officer Elections!