Tuesday, November 16, 2010

It's official: the vote tally

Now that we have the official Certification Of Results from the American Arbitration Association, Steve H. has asked me to post the official vote count, which you will find below the fold.


2010: 21.2% (487 ballots received from 2,289 eligible voters)
2007: 16.3%


 1. Steven Hulett*...........295 votes
 2. Karen Nugent2............178 votes1
    No response...............14

 1. Karen Carnegie Johnson*..308 votes
 2. Nicole Dubuc*............305 votes
 3. Bronwen Barry*...........304 votes
 3. Cathy Jones*.............304 votes
 5. Gordon Kent..............285 votes
 6. Janette Hulett*..........276 votes
 7. John Cataldi*............259 votes
 7. Michael Roth.............259 votes
 9. Nathan Loofbourrow3......251 votes
10. Christopher Simmons......249 votes
11. Jack Thomas..............234 votes
12. Eugene Son...............228 votes1
13. Kevin Moore..............225 votes1

* incumbent
1 not elected
2 incumbent Executive Board member
3 Executive Board member, 2004-2007


Anonymous said...

Congratulations to all the winners. Looks like a lot of talented people have been elected to worthy posts.
Now please post the latest pegboard!
God Bless!

Chip said...

Jack Thomas is the one who just repeated the word "residuals" over and over in his candidate statement. And apparently he was elected.

Now that you're on the board, what is your concrete proposal to get us direct residuals?


Jeff Massie said...

We are in the process of a major redesign and upgrade of the website, during the process of which we've suspended uploads to the old site. We expect the new site will be ready in the next few months. (Information such as contracts, wages and 401(k) documents are up-to-date).

Remember that if you're an active member in good standing the Peg-Board is mailed to you automatically. If you're on withdrawal, you can get on the mail subscription list free of charge by sending an annual written request; e-mail me with your current address and an idea of when you were last active. If there's a specific issue you need, stop by during office hours (Mon-Fri 8:30 am-5 pm) and if we have it in stock we'll give it to you.

Bob Foster said...

To everyone on this list, thank you for stepping up and getting involved. To those of you who were elected, congratulations. To the incumbents, thanks for hanging around even when you know what you're in for. For the news guys, thanks for coming on board, no pun intended. To those who didn't get elected, please stay involved and contribute. Your input is welcome and appreciated. It really is. For those who ran unopposed and still accepted the responsibility for another term, I don't know what to say about you. For me, I'm still numb. But I sure look forward to working with you all. For those who are not coming back, we're going to miss you. Thanks for the good work. For Kevin Koch, serving on the board with you was a distinct pleasure. Thanks for your thoughtful consideration at all times on all issues. It was a great nine-year run and I'm glad I was part of it. Thanks.

Let's carry on.

- Bob Foster

Kevin Koch said...

Thank you, Bob. I really appreciate that. And thank you for stepping up to serve as president. I was very happy when I heard you accepted the nomination.

And like Bob, I congratulate all the winners, and I especially thank the new folks who were willing to get involved. To both those who were elected, and those who ran but weren't, you did the right thing. I look forward to your leadership over the next 3 years.

Anonymous said...

Super funny. Now every one get to work organizing the Holiday Party so you can go back to sleep.

Anonymous said...

No 'Holiday' party this year.. The annual Guild event will be held in January instead.

Anonymous said...

January? I have to wait that long for my $2 gift at the door.

Anonymous said...

No gift either.

Anonymous said...

That's too bad. I use my TAG mug every morning, I've almost filled up my second TAG sketchbook, and I recently replaced the battery in my TAG pocket watch. I know this stuff cost more than $2, and I've always appreciated the gifts. But I understand why the executive board might stop doing this when the thanks you get is nasty snark like I see above. So here's a belated thank you, and I'll see you guys at the January Holiday Party!

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