UFT Election Results 2016

May 31, 2016 — Leave a comment

MORE-NEW ACTION slate vote (1)

From Jonathan Halabi- New Action observer at UFT election count

There was no slate report by division. Instead I used the lowest total of any candidate in that division
Grand total is rounded
Retiree totals are back-calculated. I ignored the cap on retiree votes. These retiree numbers are calculated, not real, and likely to be significantly off, and only marginally better than nothing.
The grand total may exclude several functional non-DoE or non-school titles. It also includes per diems, etc. This leaves, in my mind, some questions both about the functional and the retiree numbers I am reporting

Division Mailed Returned % Voting
Elementary 35606 10,026 28.2%
Middle 11197 2,856 25.5%
High School 19539 4,747 24.3%
Teacher Total 66,342 17,629 26.6%
Functional 46731 10,953 23.4%
InService Total 113,073 28,582 25.3%
Retirees (back calc) 62,991 24,464 38.8%
Grand Total 176,064 53,046 30.1%
Division Unity MORE/NAC Solidarity Total slate-y
Elementary 7,040 2,306 222 9,568
Middle 1,649 882 178 2,709
High School 2,061 2,275 108 4,444
Teacher Total 10,750 5,463 508 16,721
Functional 7,651 2,232 323 10,206
InService Total 18,401 7,695 831 26,927
Retirees (back calc) 20,775 3,048 625 24,448
Grand Total 39,176 10,743 1,456 51,375
Division Unity MORE/NAC Solidarity
Elementary 73.6% 24.1% 2.3%
Middle 60.9% 32.6% 6.6%
High School 46.4% 51.2% 2.4%
Teacher Total 64.3% 32.7% 3.0%
Functional 75.0% 21.9% 3.2%
InService Total 68.3% 28.6% 3.1%
Retirees (back calc) 85.0% 12.5% 2.6%
Grand Total 76.3% 20.9% 2.8%

From James and Camille Eterno- MORE’s observers at the UFT Elections count

The fractions are there because retiree votes are capped at 24,000 so after that it is pro rated based on 24,000.

President
Jia Lee, MORE/NEW ACTION          10,743.073
Michael Mulgrew, Unity                       39,175.623
Francesco Portelos, Solidarity               1,455.958

Secretary
Camille Eterno, MORE/NAC:              10,815.386
Howard Schoor, Unity                            38,851.577
Michael Herman, Solidarity:                   1,466.236

Assistant Secretary
Carol Ramos-Widom, MORE/NAC         10,773.42
Leroy Barr, Unity                                        38,858.577
Christopher Wierzbicki, Solidarity             1,466.446

Treasurer
Kate Martin-Bridge, MORE/NAC             10,762.691
Mel Aaronson, Unity                                   38,991.073
Victor Jordon, Solidarity                              1,387.992

Assistant Treasurer
Gregory Distefano, MORE/NAC                 10,840.012
Thomas Brown, Unity                                    38,906.127
Felix Backer, Solidarity                                 1,368.992

Vice President At Large
Minday Rosier, MORE/NAC                        10,714.317
Evelyn De Jesus, Unity                                   38,964.436
Scott Krivitsky, Solidarity                               1435.755

Vice President Elementary Schools
Lauren Cohen, MORE/NAC                            10,867.943
Karen Alford, Unity                                           38,901.127
Poonita Beemsigne, Solidarity                           1,333.439

Vice President Intermediate/Middle Schools
Nelson Santiago, MORE/NAC                         10,806.317
Richard Mantell, Unity                                       38,850.058
Nancy Zazulka, Solidarity                                   1,416.271

Vice President Academic High Schools
James Eterno, MORE/NAC                              10,762.351
Janella Hinds, Unity                                           38,866.088
John Silvers, Solidarity                                       1,440.378

Vice President CTE High Schools
Christine Gross, MORE/NAC                            10,748.557
Sterling Roberson, Unity                                     38.824.951
Judeth Napoli, Solidarity                                      1,474.137

Vice President Special Education
Margaret Hobson-Shand, MORE/NAC               10,626.622
Carmen Alvarez, Unity                                         39,119.34
Eric Severson, Solidarity                                         1,391.168

Vice President NON DOE
Anne Goldman, Unity                                              39,646.455

ICE (Independent Community of Educators) and TJC(Teachers For A Just Contract) are two opposition caucuses that preceded MORE and ran as a joint slate. Most of their members are founders of MORE.

NAC (New Action Caucus)  cross-endorsed with Unity  during 2004-2013 elections, but ran as a joint slate with MORE in this election.

Reported from Jonathan

In 2004, ICE/TJC had 1,239 elementary votes, NAC had 556, combined 1,795.
In 2007, ICE/TJC had 1,337 elementary votes, NAC had 562, combined 1,899.
In 2010, ICE/TJC had 703 elementary votes, NAC had 978, combined 1,681.
In 2013, MORE had 1,140 elementary votes, NAC had 534, combined 1,674.
In 2016, MORE/NAC had 2,306.
Together, we got the best result in over a decade.

In 2004, ICE/TJC had 422 middle school votes, NAC had 311, combined 733.
In 2007, ICE/TJC had 444 middle school votes, NAC had 273, combined 717.
In 2010, ICE/TJC had 248 middle school votes, NAC had 421, combined 669.
In 2013, MORE had 398 middle school votes, NAC had 161, combined 559.
In 2016, MORE/NAC had 882.
Together, we got the best result in over a decade.

In 2004, ICE/TJC had 1,417 high school votes, NAC had 700, combined 2,117.
In 2007, ICE/TJC had 1,524 high school  votes, NAC had 521, combined 2,045.
In 2010, ICE/TJC had 1,369 high school  votes, NAC had 774, combined 2,143.
In 2013, MORE had 1,430 high school  votes, NAC had 452, combined 1,882.
In 2016, MORE/NAC had 2,275.
Together, we got the best result in over a decade.

In 2004, ICE/TJC had 990 functional votes, NAC had 512, combined 1,502.
In 2007, ICE/TJC had 1,032 functional votes, NAC had 548, combined 1,580.
In 2010, ICE/TJC had 703 functional votes, NAC had 708, combined 1,411.
In 2013, MORE had 1,140 functional votes, NAC had 951, combined 2,091.
In 2016, MORE/NAC had 2,232.
Together, we got the best result in over a decade.

 

From Norm Scott-MORE’s observer at UFT Elections count

There is a range because it’s the total slate votes plus split tickets.

To better explain; in every division each candidate gets every vote from those that marked off a slate , Unity or MORE/NA, but then individual votes get tallied as well. For example, one of our high school candidates got 2292 while another got 2276 because their individual tallies were different. Each candidate got votes from those that marked a slate plus those that voted for them as individuals. Solidarity did not have a slate, so it is only individual tallies.

High schools: MORE-NEW ACTION 2276-2292

UNITY: 2063-2077

Solidarity: 110-121

Middle schools:

Unity: 1649-1655

MORE-NEW ACTION : 882-904

Solidarity: 179-195

Elementary schools:

Unity : 7041-7065

MORE-NEW ACTION : 2306-2333

Solidarity: 222-254

Functionals:

Unity : 7651-7728

MORE -NEW ACTION: 2248-2333

Solidarity : 108 -323.

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