CEA is currently holding a special election to fill the Vice President of Political Action vacancy on the CEA Executive Board, as well as vacancies for CEA Site Representative. Members can vote online through Tuesday, September 13 at 5:00 pm. For full details (including information on how to cast your vote) please visit our election page.
CEA is now holding an important election for four CEA Executive Board positions as well as site representatives for all sites for the 2022-2023 school year. Be sure to cast your vote before Monday, May 2 at 5:00pm! To review the candidates and learn how to vote, visit our election page.
Our special election runoff for Corresponding Secretary has now concluded … thank you to everyone who voted and especially to our two candidates. We are pleased to announce that Caroline Hall has been elected to serve as CEA Corresponding Secretary for the final year of a 2-year term. Full election results can be found on our website.
Our online election for AEA Delegate Assembly and NEA Representative Assembly delegates is now underway. The deadline to cast your ballot is Tuesday, March 9 at 5:00 pm. For full details on how to vote, candidate statements, and more information, visit our election page at chandlerea.org/election.
Our election has now concluded, and our delegates and alternates for the AEA Delegate Assembly and NEA Representative Assembly have been determined. Thank you to everyone who voted, and special thanks to our candidates who were willing to serve as delegates to these important functions! The full results of our election can be found on our election results page.
At 6:30 pm on Thursday, September 6, Valley Interfaith Project will hold an Accountability Session for LD17 & LD18 candidates at Dayspring United Methodist Church in Tempe. All candidates for AZ House and Senate in LD17 & LD18 were invited to participate, and the following candidates have confirmed participation:
- Sean Bowie
- Mitzi Epstein
- Jennifer Jermaine
- Greg Patterson
- Steve Weichert
The purpose of this non-partisan event is to provide voters with candidates’ perspectives on key issues facing our state, including (but not limited to) public education. Questions will be given to all candidates in advance, and each candidate will be given the same amount of time to answer each question. To maintain the non-partisan nature of this forum, campaigning is not permitted (please refrain from wearing campaign shirts, buttons, etc.).
We need as many people at this forum as possible so candidates (whether they attend or not) know we are watching and will hold them accountable. Please RSVP for this event so we can have an accurate count of attendees!