Convention 2018: General information

The 78th annual convention of SEA/SEIU Local 1984 will be held Saturday, Oct. 20 at The Barn on the Pemi in Plymouth. Note: This page will be updated with information on the convention as it becomes available.

Important forms
Elections information

This one-day convention will include elections for numerous seats on the Board of Directors, including:

1st Vice President (One position for the remainder of two-year term)

Director (State, three positions, three-year term)

Director (Private sector, one position, three-year term)

Director (County and municipal, one position, three-year term)

Nominations will begin at 10 a.m. with voting taking place from noon-1 p.m. If you’re interested in running for one of these offices, you can fill out a self-nomination form online (click here) or by filling out and returning a physical copy (PDF) to the SEA/SEIU Local 1984 office by the deadline: 5 p.m. on Sept. 20. Doing so will get your name printed on the ballot and your information printed in SEA News.

As a reminder: all candidates, regardless of whether you’ve submitted a self-nomination form, must be nominated from the floor.

Resolutions and Constitutional Amendments

Members can submit proposals for resolutions (Online formPDF) and constitutional amendments (Online form | PDF) for consideration at convention. First drafts of proposed amendments and resolution are requested by Aug. 10 and the final deadline is Aug. 21.

Awards nominations

We are seeking nominations for the John B. Parker Outstanding Member award, which is given out yearly. Members can submit nominations using this form (Online formPDF). Deadline is Sept. 4.

Venue information

The 2018 convention will be held at The Barn on the Pemi, a newly opened events facility owned by The Common Man, that’s nestled between Route 3 and the Pemigewasset River in Plymouth. The venue is a short five-minute drive from downtown Plymouth.

While the venue is newly opened, the building is hardly new. The barn itself dates to the 1850s and was transported from Canterbury and reassembled on site.

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