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  • 2014 CASE Elections Results Posted: November 7, 2014

    2014 CASE Elections Results

    Dear Member of Bargaining Unit 2:
     


    Pursuant to Article III, section 3.14 of the CASE Bylaws, the ballots cast in the 2014 CASE Board of Directors election have been collected, verified, and tallied by non-members who are disinterested in the outcome of the election. Timothy Weiner (CASE Vice President and Chairperson of the CASE Elections Committee) and Geoffrey Sims (CASE Secretary) were also present to observe the vote counting process.
     


    A total of 632 votes were cast by CASE members. Based on those votes, the following seven candidates have been elected to two-year terms on the CASE Board of Directors:

    Directors at Large (2014-2016)
     

    Scott Chan (Deputy Attorney General IV, Dept. of Justice, San Francisco)
    Lance Davis (Attorney III, Dept. of General Services, Sacramento)
    Heather Gimle (Deputy Attorney General IV, Dept. of Justice, Sacramento)
    Jennifer Jadovitz (Deputy Attorney General IV, Dept. of Justice, San Diego)
    Geoffrey Lauter (Deputy Attorney General IV, Dept. of Justice, San Francisco)
    Alan Levinson (Deputy Labor Commissioner I, Dept. of Industrial Relations, Oakland)
    Anthony Sefarian (Deputy Attorney General IV, Dept. of Justice, Los Angeles)
     

    Directors at Large (ballot order)
     

    Lance Davis (284 votes)
    Scott Chan (272 votes)
    Matthew Mulford (218 votes)
    Christopher Phillips (212 votes)
    Sharon Velzy (140 votes)
    Wade DiCosmo (99 votes)
    Jennifer Jadovitz (235 votes)
    Alan Levinson (255 votes)
    Geoffrey Lauter (238 votes)
    Tong Chang (210 votes)
    Matthew King (199 votes)
    Steve Chu (177 votes)
    Heather Gimle (225 votes)
    Glen Grossman (191 votes)
    Anthony Seferian (252 votes)
    Eugene Stuart (217 votes)
     

    Directors at Large (vote total order)
     

    Lance Davis (284 votes)
    Scott Chan (272 votes)
    Alan Levinson (255 votes)
    Anthony Seferian (252 votes)
    Geoffrey Lauter (238 votes)
    Jennifer Jadovitz (235 votes)
    Heather Gimle (225 votes)
    Matthew Mulford (218 votes)
    Eugene Stuart (217 votes)
    Christopher Phillips (212 votes)
    Tong Chang (210 votes)
    Matthew King (199 votes)
    Glen Grossman (191 votes)
    Steve Chu (177 votes)
    Sharon Velzy (140 votes)
    Wade DiCosmo (99 votes)
     

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    I certify that the above-listed report accurately reflects the ballot count conducted this day by an independent elections company at the CASE office, 1231 I Street, Suite 300, Sacramento, California 95814.
     

    Respectfully submitted,
     

    Timothy Weiner
    Chairperson, CASE Elections Committee
     

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    I have personally reviewed the report provided by the independent elections company retained to conduct the 2014 CASE election. Pursuant to Article III, section 3.14(e), of the CASE Bylaws, I certify the that information contained herein is true and accurate.
     

    Respectfully submitted,
     

    Geoffrey Sims
    CASE Secretary
     

  • 2015 CoBen Handbook Available Posted: September 9, 2014

    2015 CoBen Handbook Available

    Dear Bargaining Unit 2 Member:

     

    CalHR has released the 2015 CoBen Handbook, including next year's contribution amounts. The new amounts take effect on January 1, 2015, and will be reflected in the January pay warrant. The new amounts are as follows:


         Employee only: $569
         Employee + one dependent: $1,123
         Employee + two or more dependents: $1,469


    A copy of the 2015 CoBen Handbook is available by clicking on the link below.


    As always, your support of CASE and your colleagues in Bargaining Unit 2 is greatly appreciated.


    Sincerely,
    The CASE Board of Directors

  • CASE Members Overwhelmingly Ratify Tentative Agreement Posted: August 29, 2014

    CASE Members Overwhelmingly Ratify Tentative Agreement

    Dear Member of Bargaining Unit 2:


    The tentative agreement ratification voting period is now closed, and the votes have been tabulated. With 64.45% of all eligible CASE members participating in the tentative agreement election, the results are as follows:
     

    YES. I vote to ratify the tentative agreement: 82.41%
    NO. I vote to reject the tentative agreement: 17.59%
     

    The new contract covers the approximately 3,500 members of Bargaining Unit 2. CASE thanks the legal professionals of Bargaining Unit 2 for their service, and for their participation in the ratification vote.
     

    In related news, our successor contract has been put into bill form (Senate Bill 879), and is currently on the Assembly floor. Votes in both the Assembly and Senate are expected later today. You may track the progress of SB879 by clicking on this link.
     

    As always, your support of CASE and your colleagues in Bargaining Unit 2 is greatly appreciated.
     

    Sincerely,
    The CASE Board of Directors
     

 
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