The nominations period for Local 1036 Executive Board officer positions closed at 5pm on November 16, 2018. Nominating petitions that were submitted by this deadline were verified on November 19th and results are reported below: 

 

Any office with an uncontested position is deemed elected. The positions elected after close of the nomincations process are below: 

 

President Adam Liebtag
Executive Vice President Lauren Young Boukema
Treasurer Richard Holmes
Secretary Hita Shah
Vice President, DEP Chris Squazzo
Vice President, DOH and Agriculture Ayemaung Maung
Vice President, Judiciary JCAU Cece Weber
Vice President, Judiciary PNCR Stephen Gaissert
Vice President, Local Government George Glashoff
Vice President, Local Government Billie Scelza
Vice President, NJ State Higher Supervisors Unit ("S") Michael Justiniano
Vice President, NJ State Primary Level Supervisors Unit ("R") Michelle Smith
   

 

An election is required for the following positions. An election will be held in December.

Vice President, NJ State Professional Unit ("P")

David Harris

Fariva Azad

2 candidates certified, one  position

Vice President, At-Large

June Gazek Harris

Theresa Gonzales

2 candidates certified, 

one position

     

 

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Communications Workers of America Local 1036 represents over 7,800 members and working families in both the public and private sector. Our members excel in a variety of careers working for the State of NJ, the NJ Judiciary, Burlington County, Hunterdon County, many other county and municipal government groups, blue collar, clerical, professionals, administrative, attorneys, scientists, 911 dispatchers, librarians, engineers, nursing home workers, environmental professionals, and more.