Voting is now open
WEA elections are live and ready for you to vote. Voting will be held online making it easy for you to participate. To vote you will need to go to this website: https://myassociationvotes.com/wea/. You will need to enter your username and password, which have been created for you. Your username will be the first initial of your first name and your full last name. For example, Jane Doe's username would be jdoe. Your password will be your five-digit home zip code.
When you log in, you will find instructions on how to vote and the names of the candidates running to represent your council. When you click on the candidate's name, if they provided short biographical information, you will see it pop up there. If you ever need help, simply click the "I Need Help" option, and we will get back to you within 24 hours.
Voting begins at 8 a.m., Sunday, Feb. 9, and runs through midnight March 1. Run-off elections, should they be needed, will begin on March 8. Additional election information (longer biographical information for UniServ Council Director positions) is available below should you need additional information on your candidates.
An email with this same information is being sent to your home email addresses. Please share this information with your fellow WEA members within your UniServ Council if they did not receive it.
To see additional information on your UniServ Council Director nominees, please click on your council below.
The number of directors varies by the size of the UniServ Council. Attends 8 board of directors meetings during the year in Federal Way to decide WEA policies, adopt the annual budget and provide organizational direction. Term of office is 2 years. WEA pays for travel, meals and accommodations.
The number of delegates varies by the size of the UniServ Council. This position requires attending the NEA Annual Representative Assembly on behalf of fellow WEA members in 2020 and 2021. WEA pays for travel, meals and accommodations.
One position available. Represents WEA on the NEA Board of Directors. Serves as 1 of 5 from Washington state to decide NEA policies, adopt the budget and provide direction regarding national education and labor-related issues. Attends 7 board of directors meetings at NEA in Washington, D.C. each year. Lobbies Washington's Congressional delegation on federal policies that influence public education and labor. Term of office is 3 years.