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July 2020

NPMHU DELEGATES MAKE HISTORY DURING FIRSTEVER ON-LINE NOMINATIONS MEETING

MAIL BALLOT ELECTIONS SET FOR 2 REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENTS IN FALL

On Tuesday, July 21, 2020, the Delegates elected by the NPMHU membership to attend the 2020 National Convention (now scheduled for March 2021 because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic) made NPMHU history when they met virtually — through desktop and laptop computers, tablets, cell phones, and perhaps even land-line telephones — to nominate candidates for all seven National Officers open for election in 2020.

National President Paul V. Hogrogian and National Secretary-Treasurer Michael J. Hora were the only nominees for their respective National Offices, and therefore have been re-elected by acclamation for the next four-year term, running from October 2020 to October 2024. Central Regional Vice President June Harris (Local 306), Northeastern Regional Vice President David Wilkin (Local 309), and Southern Regional Vice President Lawrence Sapp (Local 318) also were nominated without challenge, and also have been re-elected.

There were two nominees for Eastern Regional Vice President, incumbent Vice President John Gibson (Local 308) and Felandria Jackson (Local 305). There also were two nominees for Western Regional Vice President, incumbent Don Sneesby (Local 306) and Juan Torres (Local 303). These two mail ballot elections will be held in September and October of this year amongst the entire membership of these two Regions.

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TELL YOUR SENATOR TO PASS THE HEROES ACT!

At the time of publication, the Senate is considering language for the next stimulus package. NPMHU and its members have urged members of the Senate to take up the language in the HEROES Act, especially as it relates to the Postal Service and its employees. If you have not done so already, please call your Senators at 866-832-1560, with the message to support the Postal Service.

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