On March 4, 2024, delegate nominations will be held for District and Charter Citywide Teacher, Clinician, and PSRP functional groups that have delegate vacancies.
These procedures outline the steps that will be taken to fill vacant delegate positions in citywide functional groups, including key dates.
On Jan. 22, 2024 the Rules and Elections Committee counted the 461 ballots that were cast in the election of retiree delegates for the 2024-2026 term. The top 13 vote recipients will be seated at the House of Delegates Meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2024.
There are six (6) Elementary School Teacher Functional Vice President vacancies to fill unexpired terms on the CTU Executive Board. Per the CTU Constitution, the vacancies will be filled by nominations and elections held in the House of Delegates. Read the procedures for this election here.
This letter was mailed by United States Postal Service, dated November 4, 2022, to all members of the retired group of the Chicago Teachers Union and was emailed to all retired members whose email address was accepting CTU emails on this date, Friday, November 18, 2022.
These procedures for the 2023 election of the Retiree Functional Vice President are posted in accordance with the CTU Constitution and By-laws.
On May 20, 2022, CTU members throughout the city voted for their Union officers. Members of the CORE slate, including President-elect Stacy Davis Gates, won election to every office except for two Clinician Functional Vice President offices, which were decided by a runoff election on June 10, 2022. A school-by-school vote breakdown is provided here, as mandated by the CTU Constitution.
Election results mark the fifth term in office for the Caucus of Rank-and-File Educators, which was first elected to Union leadership in 2010 with Karen Lewis as president, followed by re-elections in 2013 and 2019, and an uncontested election in 2016.
We look forward to hearing the voices of our 25,000+ CTU members as you vote for the leadership of our union.