Runoff Election Declared In ATC Association Race For President
By Daniel Baxter
August 2, 2009,
Washington – A run-off election was declared between NATCA Presidential
candidates Ruth Marlin and Paul Rinaldi. Running for the office were
current NATCA President Patrick Forrey, former Executive Vice President
Ruth Marlin and current Executive Vice President Paul Rinaldi.
In a runoff election, NATCA’s National Election Committee (charged with the tally of all ballots in both the original and runoff election) will supervise the distribution of ballots – which will be distributed no later than 16 days after the National Election Committee has ruled on any challenges or protests of the election or, if there are no challenges or protests, within 16 days after submission of the National Election Committee’s report.
will be distributed in accordance with NATCA’s ballot collection
procedure – charging the election committee with the collection and
counting of all ballots. Ballots will be distributed to the membership
and due back no later than 30 days after the date of distribution. Those
officers winning runoff elections will take office 30 days after the
results are finalized.
Alaskan Region: Larry Lescanec, controller and NATCA Facility Representative at Anchorage TRACON
Northwest Mountain Region: Jim Ullman, controller and Facility Representative at Seattle Center.
for the office of Southwest Regional Vice President was Tim Smith, a
controller at Forth Worth Center who currently serves as one of two
Alternate Regional Vice Presidents for the Southwest Region.
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