Nominations are open for MSEA-Retired Delegates to MSEA’s Representative Assembly October 20–21, 2017
If your local affiliate does not include retired members in its delegation, you can still run for a seat with the MSEA–Retired delegation. Submit your nomination form today!
MSEA’s annual convention in Ocean City includes the representative assembly (RA), a trade show, and special events for members from across the state. If you’re interested in representing retired educators at the RA, become a candidate by submitting a nomination and biography form, and a recent photograph (optional), to the address on the bottom of the form. MSEA-Retired members will elect up to 27 delegates.
MSEA-Retired Election Schedule
May 25 - Deadline for Nomination Forms • 5 p.m.
June 5 - Voting begins • 8 a.m.
June 16 - Voting ends • 5 p.m.
June 23 - Results posted online
This year, MSEA members elected a new MSEA Treasurer, four members to MSEA’s Board of Directors, and two members to the National Education Association’s Board of Directors (these leaders will also serve on MSEA’s Board of Directors). MSEA’s board meets eight times each school year; NEA’s board meets three times a year and during the NEA Representative Assembly. The more than 40 regional and state Delegates to the NEA Representative Assembly—this year held June 30–July 5 in Boston—are elected by each of MSEA’s 39 local associations. They’ll debate issues that impact public education and set the association agenda as well as policy and activities for the year ahead.
Voting for the MSEA Elections closed on February 24.
Below you will find the MSEA election results that were verified by the MSEA N&C Committee. Click on the links below to view the election results.