The election will be conducted by mail. Ballots will be mailed to eligible voters on March 27, and will be counted by BOPA on April 16.
For a list of faculty who publicly support decertification, click HERE.
For background and union terminology, click here.
- AFMSU is unable to negotiate significant improvements in raises, and delayed the raises that we were scheduled to receive.
- AFMSU has made no significant progress on improving faculty benefits.
- AFMSU is an organization that is undemocratic, unrepresentative, and non-transparent.
- Over 90% of dues and fees leave campus.
- Union “gains” have been insignificant or non-existent.
- The union misrepresents its accomplishments.
- Unionization creates an adversarial relationship between faculty and administration, and among faculty.
- Unionization of research-active universities reduces quality.
- This decertification election is our only opportunity to decertify AFMSU's representation of TT faculty.
- There is a viable alternative to AFMSU: faculty governance.