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CTU elects delegates for citywide posts

The votes were counted by the Chicago Teachers Union Rules-Elections Committee on Monday, November 7, 2011, and the certified results have been posted now on the CTU Website (www.ctunet.com). (Full disclosure: This reporter is a member of the Rules-Elections Committee). Delegates were elected to represent members of various groups that are not based in any particular school. All delegates (school-based and citywide) are up for election again in January 2012. The October - November 2011 elections below were for the remainder of the terms.

Here are the results by group:

Citywide Delegate Election Results 11/7/11 (Published at ctunet.com 11/08/2011)

Delegates Automatically Seated because the number of nominees equaled the number of candidates

Speech Therapists

Margaret M. Kane

Student Special Service Advocates

Anthony Warren

School Nurses

Denise Racky

Saria Lofton

Temporary Teachers

Renee Latronica

Day-to-Day Substitutes

Patricia Breckenridge

City-Wide DTV-Social Workers, School Psychologists and Teachers – 7 Vacancies

*New Delegates Elected. Name (Votes)

*Therese M. Boyle (118)

*Sheryl Thomas (104)

*Carol J. Hayse (103)

*Benita A. Shanklin (103)

*Gloria J. Bashir (91)

*Bessie Tsitsopoulos (87)

*Evelyn Ruiz (68)

NOT ELECTED

Sara Mills (60)

Marc Wigler (56)

Gary Wittbrodt (44)

Jacqueline Branson-Johnson (38)

Christa Lohman (32)

City-Wide School Clerks SCV – 3 Vacancies

*new delegates

*Lucille Thompson (46 votes)

*Barbara J. Davis (votes 44)

*Barbara J. Brown (35 votes)

NOT ELECTED:

Jennifer Davis-Harrington

34

City-Wide Teacher Assistants – 5 Vacancies, *new delegates. Name (Votes)

*James B. Lopez (91)

*Patricia Robinson (85)

*Kimberly Y. Henry (81)

*Sharon D. Stamps (76)

*Maria C. Alvarez (75)

NOT ELECTED:

Melenie Gomez (74)

Carmella M. Miller (60)

Wylene Flowers

58

Sharlene Shaw

42



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