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Executive Council By-Election - North West Division

Date: 16 February 2016 The report of voting for the above election is as follows:
The votes cast were as follows:
Rob Bell 728
Lynda Carter 777
Lee Challenger 344
Stephen McLaughlin 517
Amanda Owens 946
Christopher Winwood 1026        ELECTED

Christopher Winwood therefore, is declared elected to serve as an Executive Councillor for the North West Division for the remaining period of office, which expires at the conclusion of the Union's Annual Delegate Meeting 2018.

As Scrutineers appointed in accordance with Section 49 of the Trade Union and Labour Relations (Consolidation) Act 1992 (as amended), we are satisfied as to each of the matters specified in subsection 52(2) with regard to the election. The following points should be noted:

a) The person appointed under section 51A to carry out the storage and counting of voting papers was Electoral Reform Services Limited.
b) The person appointed under section 51A to carry out the distribution of voting papers was Electoral Reform Services Limited.
c) A copy of the register of voters (as at the relevant date) was examined in accordance with section 49(3). The examination took place at our own instance and did not reveal any matter that should be brought to the attention of the trade union.

We would draw your attention to sections 52(4), 52(5), and 52(6). Section 52(4) requires that a copy of this report be published and made available to all members of the union within a three month period. This does not, however, mean that every member has to be notified individually.
Alex Lonie
Associate Director and Manager of Trade Union Sector
Electoral Reform Services

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