State of Ohio

SEIU District 1199’s State division represents nearly 4,000 workers in 18 different agencies. These state agencies include the Ohio Board of Nursing, the Ohio Department of Aging, the Ohio Department of Development, the Ohio Department of Youth Services, The Ohio Department of Developmental Disabilities, the Ohio Medical Board, the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, the Ohio Pharmacy Board, the Ohio School for the Blind, the Ohio School for the Deaf, the Ohio Adult Parole Authority, the Ohio Department of Health, the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services, Opportunities for Ohioans with Disabilities, the Ohio Veterans Home, the Ohio Bureau of Worker’s Compensation, and the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction.

State Contract (2018 – 2021)
Union Benefits Trust 
State Basic Delegate Training (9/17/20)
Filing a Grievance State Member Webinar
State Chapter Mediation Dates for 2020
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Workers at Ohio’s Correctional Institutions Sound the Alarm Over COVID-19 as ODRC Approaches 100 Lives Lost

For Immediate Release: Thursday, June 25, 2020 
For more information, contact: Joshua Norris | (877) 419-7348

Union members with OhioMHAS Recovery Services and ODRC Express Concern About PPE, the Need for Greater Testing and Precautions, and Loss of Life as Pandemic Continues.

COLUMBUS, OHIO – Workers with Recovery Services, a division of the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services, in addition to other health and service providers who work within Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction facilities, state that the lives of staff and inmates are at a level of unacceptable risk. Last week, with  very short notice, staff members with Recovery Services, who provide drug and alcohol related treatment services, were ordered back to DRC institutions after working from home since the start of the state of emergency in Ohio. Members of SEIU District 1199 also say that they are not being provided with the proper personal protective equipment and that ODRC administrators have failed to hear their concerns.

To date, 5 staff members with the ODRC have lost their lives and as many as 86 inmates have died. “We are now approaching 100 deaths within ODRC institutions and this crisis started just four months ago,” said Joshua Norris, Executive Vice President for SEIU District 1199. “Union members who provide healthcare and other vital services at ODRC facilities dedicate their careers to the health, safety, and wellbeing, of inmates and the public. We are calling on ODRC administrators, OhioMHAS administrators, and Governor Mike DeWine to do everything possible for staff at these institutions, including maintaining work from home status, and providing the necessary and proper PPE to ALL members in the institutions and in all state agencies where there are suspected or confirmed cases of COVID-19,” Norris continued.

Some workers with ODRC institutions state they are being provided with surgical masks and cloth facial coverings, not N95 masks, which offer a higher level of protection against COVID19. Even when in the vicinity of inmates that have tested positive for COVID19, N95 masks are being provided at the sole discretion of administrators. While shortages of PPE have occurred nationwide, staff members believe they are at a heightened risk due to potentially harmful management decisions within ODRC facilities. “Having the proper PPE is of the highest importance. ODRC may be providing PPE based on the recommendations of the Ohio Department of Health, but this is not enough mitigation. Staff members would be much more protected if they were properly equipped with N-95 respirators and face shields. It is simply a choice of putting peoples wellbeing above the cost of a mask. These financially driven choices also further place entire institutions, entire communities and our entire state at greater risk, this is NOT how you flatten the curve,” said Norris. Medical experts continue to note the ease at which the virus is spread during an incubation period and through individuals that may be asymptomatic.  

“We are concerned by the decision to have Recovery Services staff return to ODRC institutions, as conditions are now more hazardous than when they began to work from home. With many safety concerns, large groups of inmates in quarantine, and nearly 100 lives lost in just the last four months, the health and safety concerns of these workers must be heard. It just doesn’t make sense, these folks were instructed to work from home when there were no confirmed cases in the institutions and now, are being returned to the institutions when there are unmeasured numbers of cases at every institution and every institution in the whole state has confirmed at least one positive case and is on RED status. It defies all logic and will erase all of the progress accomplished by the stay-at-home order. Our members signed up to serve their fellow Ohioans and to be on the front lines of this emergency with the understanding that their employer, Governor DeWine, would provide them with the tools necessary to ensure they can do their jobs safely and return home each day without potentially infecting their households and neighborhoods. We are simply demanding that he live up to that commitment.”  

SEIU District 1199 leaders and Union members are calling on Governor DeWine and directors with the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction to reevaluate their policies as they relate to COVID-19, the delivery of care and services, and the availability and use of effective PPE like N95 masks.

2020 Member Scholarship Program

2014_SEIU1199_ScholarshipVerticalBannerWho is eligible?
All SEIU District 1199 WV/KY/OH members in good standing and their immediate family members are eligible.

What are the requirements?
You must have been accepted or currently enrolled in an accredited two- or four-year educational institution or technical school and actively enrolled in a degree, post bachelor’s degree or certification program.
You must be enrolled for a minimum of five (5) credit hours in a course required or related to the degree or certification.
You and your immediate family member(s) are eligible if you have been a member in good standing of SEIU District 1199 WV/KY/OH for at least two years prior to the application deadline.

How do I apply?
Complete scholarship eligibility criteria, requirements, and applications:

• SEIU 1199 Scholarship Form
 SEIU 1199 Scholarship FAQ

Members may also obtain an application packet including eligibility criteria information and an application by calling the Member Resource Center hotline at 1-877-419-SEIU (7348).

The application process is now open for 2020. The deadline for applications is September 1st. 

Scholarship Recipient List – 2019
 Scholarship Recipient List – 2018
 Sign a Membership Card (must be a member in good standing for 2 years)

Applications may be submitted by email to scholarships@seiu1199.org or by mail to:

SEIU District 1199 WV/KY/OH
Member Resource Center
Attention: Scholarships
1395 Dublin Road
Columbus, Ohio 43215

2020 District Officer and Executive Board Elections: Announcement of Election Results by Acclamation

2020 District Officer and Executive Board Elections: Announcement of Election Results by Acclamation. The announcement is available here
• Contested Elections. 
A contested position is a position in which the number of nominees for the position(s) exceeded the number of available position(s). The list of eligible candidates for contested positions is available at this link.

A list of candidates and schedule of election will be mailed to all members in early July.

Letter to the State of Ohio Chapter From President Becky Williams

As you may recall, our Union received a letter from the Ohio Department of Administrative Services on June 1, 2020 asking we “come to the negotiating table before June 15, 2020 to discuss ways to reduce personnel costs.” That vague request didn’t indicate whether they were requesting to open the current contract or begin negotiating our successor agreement.

In response, we sent a letter back to the Director of DAS on behalf of our State of Ohio members. In this letter, it is made clear the service and sacrifice you make daily in the interest of the people of the State of Ohio and that it is the position of our Union that the state needs to find other ways to reduce expenditures rather than ask you to continue to do more with less.

We received a response letter from DAS on June 10, 2020, that read in part, “While we are aware that collective bargaining negotiations for a successor agreement are upcoming, the budget situation for the fiscal year which begins July 1, 2020, is unsustainable. We want to discuss with you cost savings measures that could potentially be taken immediately, within the term of the current collective bargaining agreement.” The letter goes on to describe the cuts they have imposed on workers who do not have the protection of a collective bargaining agreement, like salary reductions, pay freezes, and cost savings days.

Today, we are sending a letter to DAS to express our concerns over their nonchalant approach which suggests you and your families give up your financial security at a time when you should be honored for your heroism. In this letter, we make it clear we oppose the State of Ohio balancing their budget on the backs of our Union members.

In addition to the letter to DAS, we are also sending a letter to the Ohio Senate and the Ohio House calling for them to take immediate action on the following things:

  1. Freeze their own pay immediately.
  2. Allow and compel the Governor to use the nearly $2.7 billion dollars in the rainy day fund to close the budget gap. 
  3. Raise additional revenue through taxes on the wealthiest people and most profitable businesses in our State. 
  4. Close unnecessary, costly tax loopholes that benefit the few at the cost of the rest of us. Put politics and ideology aside and recognize that this is not the time to make drastic, recessive cuts to the state budget. 
  5. We will continue to keep the lines of communication open with DAS and Executive Vice President Josh Norris will participate in a conference call with the State of Ohio to discuss any procedural next steps and to clarify any questions they may have about our request for additional information.

We will continue to keep all Union members updated on the status of these conversations. If you have questions, comments, or feedback please feel free to reach out to your Administrative Organizer or to Josh Norris directly.

This is a time when our collective efforts are our best defense to preserve and protect our rights, wages, and benefits. Call your legislators today, tell them about the vital work that you do to serve the people of Ohio, and demand they keep all options on the table to balance the state budget. You can find your state legislators by clicking here

If you or anyone in your workplace has not yet signed their membership card, please sign your card by clicking here.

In Solidarity, 

Becky Williams, President
SEIU District 1199 WV/KY/OH

State Chapter Newsletter – June 2020

State Chapter Newsletter June 2020

● Bargaining Update for Members. We received a letter from the Department of Administrative Services Director, Matthew Damschroder, requesting that we come to the bargaining table before June 15, 2020 to “discuss ways to reduce personnel costs so we can work together to maintain services for the citizens of the State of Ohio and preserve jobs for State employees.” Three conference calls were held on Monday, June 8th to gather feedback from members and a survey has been sent to members at their personal email addresses. The survey will be open through Monday, June 15th. If you are a member but did not receive a survey, please write to vote@seiu1199.org

● Emergency Pay Class Action Grievance. SEIU District 1199 has filed a class action grievance for every member citing Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) language Article 35, Emergencies. We believe that the current state of emergency declared by Governor DeWine falls well within the intent of this language and that all members who work during this declared emergency are entitled to the $8 per hour stipend referenced in the CBA. Send a message to Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and ask him to honor the contract and grant the emergency pay that was mutually agreed upon. We will keep you updated as the grievance moves through the process.

● Educational Development Fund Update. Last July 1st, the Educational Development Fund for members of SEIU District 1199 renewed with an additional balance of $750,000 available for reimbursement. As of June 6th, 14% of the budget, which totals $109,545.25, remains available for reimbursement. This fund was negotiated as a part of the contract and allows reimbursement for approved training and educational expenses. In 2018, members negotiated a substantial increase in funding for the Educational Development Fund as a part of the current contract due to the fact that in previous years the fund had been depleted far in advance of the July 1st renewal.

● Recognition for Ohio DYS and DRC Case Managers. Case Managers with the Department of Youth Services and the Department of Rehabilitation and Correction are asking for recognition, not only for years of unequal pay, but for the increased responsibilities they are shouldering now. Case managers are assuming responsibilities for those who are working at home or cannot perform their duties because they are not in the institutions, such as teachers, librarians, legal, commissary, secretaries, and chaplains. Case workers are risking their health and that of their families each day. Add your name in support of DYS Case Managers and DRC Case Managers.

● Stand With Ohio’s Parole Officers. Ohio’s parole officers carry out difficult and important work each day. Even though these women and men serve honorably, Ohio law fails Ohio’s parole officers and the public in several areas. The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation does not cover exposure to fentanyl, despite the risks involved with such exposure. Most importantly, the Ohio Legislature must pass the Reagan Tokes Act so that Ohio’s parole officers can keep all Ohioans safe. Contact your legislators and Governor Mike DeWine by sending a letter at this link.

● State Chapter Member Successfully Challenges Disciplinary Fine. A member received a 2-day fine and believed it to be unjust. The member filed a grievance and with the rights guaranteed by the contract and the Union grievance process, the discipline was changed to a 2-day working suspension, the money from the fine was returned, and it was agreed that the discipline would be removed in two years instead of the standard three years.

SEIU District 1199 Member Benefits
Membership with SEIU District 1199 includes membership with
 three member benefit programs. Those programs include Union Plus, SEIU Member Benefits, and the SEIU District 1199 WV/KY/OH membership card. Members and eligible family members can now take classes with Eastern Gateway Community College at no-cost online. In 2019, Union Plus announced a new program with Central State University in Dayton, Ohio.

Member Resource Center – State of Ohio Chapter

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The Member Resource Center has provided assistance to a substantial number of members with the State of Ohio. Members have stood with their co-workers to win grievances, which relate to workplace health and safety, protection of the public, and fundamental fairness, among other issues. Representatives with the Member Resource Center are standing by to assist members. “Your Member Resource Center Has Your Back!”

Workers at Ohio’s Correctional Institutions Raise Concerns About COVID-19 Exposure

For Immediate Release: Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Press Contact: Anthony Caldwell, acaldwell@seiu1199.org, 877-419-7348.

Union members at state prisons say more needs to be done to protect the health of staff, people in prison.

COLUMBUS, OHIO – Psychologist, psychiatrist, registered nurses, behavioral health providers, social workers, case managers, and other health and service providers who work within the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections (ODRC) facilities across Ohio are extremely concerned about the risk of contracting COVID-19 and raising the curve by exposing their families and others they encounter in the daily lives after ODRC administrators recently made some questionable decisions relating to people incarcerated with the virus.

People in prison who have tested positive for COVID-19 and are symptomatic are being isolated to areas with other people who are incarcerated which have also tested positive, while asymptomatic, COVID-positive individuals are not being isolated and continue to be housed, quarantined in their cells, with others who have not tested positive for the virus, which staff fear could lead to further spread within the institutions.

Health professionals and staff within the institutions equally concerned for their health and safety as they are required to work in units that have been quarantined from the rest of the prison population without adequate protection, risking the health of their families and communities, when they go home after their shift.

“The workers within our state institutions are deeply concerned about contracting the virus and the unfair risk that forces on them, their families, and their communities,” said Josh Norris, Executive Vice President for the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) District 1199. “It would appear as though ODRC administrators are hoping to develop herd immunity within the prisons as they freely deliver care, meals, commissary, and other services without regard to whether a person who is in prison has been infected with COVID-19 or not. This puts the health of all Ohioans, but especially the staff inside the institutions, at greater risk for contracting and spreading the virus.”

Cross-contamination is not the only risk for care and service providers within state prison, as ODRC administrators are rationing personal protective equipment (PPE) as well. Most staff are only provided a thin, cloth or surgical-style mask and gloves, citing directives provided by the Ohio Department of Health. The more effective N95 masks are issued on an as-needed basis with approval from ODRC administrators.

“Our Union members go to work every day inside our state’s prisons to provide the necessary care and services incarcerated individuals need to be successfully rehabilitated,” continued Norris. “These individuals are here to serve a sentence, but that shouldn’t be a death sentence for them or the ODRC staff because proper precautions were not taken to protect them from COVID-19.”

SEIU District 1199 leaders and Union members are calling on Governor DeWine and the directors of the Ohio Department of Health and the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections to reevaluate their policies as it relates to COVID-19, the delivery of care and services, and the availability and use of effective PPE like N95 masks.

Important – Member Conference Call and Bargaining Survey

We received the attached letter from the Department of Administrative Services Director, Matthew Damschroder, requesting that we come to the bargaining table before June 15, 2020 to “discuss ways to reduce personnel costs so we can work together to maintain services for the citizens of the State of Ohio and preserve jobs for State employees.” You can read a copy of the letter at this link

This is clearly a demand to negotiate reductions to the membership who has reported faithfully during this pandemic emergency. What is unclear is whether this is a request to negotiate a successor agreement or a request for mid-term negations. We will be reaching out to DAS for clarification on this question. 

State Executive Board Members and your Union Leadership Team have held two (2) conference calls to discuss various strategies for moving forward, starting with hearing from you directly. 

We are hosting a series of calls for all SEIU/1199 Ohio State Chapter Members on Monday, June 8th to discuss the request to bargain and gather feedback.

Call Times: 12pm, 4pm and 7pm.
Call Information: Telephone Town Hall Meeting will call out to you directly and connect you to the call prior to your designated time. It is critical that you update your contact information and register for the call time of your choice by using this link. Register for the call and update your information here.

Our contract expires on April 30, 2021 and the timelines for initial preparation are as follows:

1. June 2020: Nominations for the Bargaining Team.
2. July 2020: Notify Members of the voting locations and times for the formal committee elections.
3. August 2020: Elect our Bargaining Committee.
4. September 2020: 1st Bargaining Committee Meeting.

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Stand With Ohio’s Parole Officers

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Standing Together With Ohio’s Parole Officers

Dear Union Members at the Ohio Adult Parole Authority, 

As parole officers with the State of Ohio you do critical work each day and fulfill a vital mission on behalf of the public.
 Thank you for everything that you do to keep Ohio safe.

As Union members, parole officers with the State of Ohio are continuing to speak out about several important legislative issues. These priories include the passage of the Reagan Tokes Act, making parole officers eligible for a law enforcement pension (“25 and out”), making drug exposure (e.g. fentanyl) eligible for BWC coverage, and ensuring that parole officers have ample access to personal protective equipment and testing for COVID19, if needed.

At this link is an action page that allows parole officers and the public to send a message to Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and your representatives with the Ohio Legislature. Together, we will continue to speak out for the important changes that parole officers need for themselves, their families, and public safety. 

In Solidarity, 

Becky Williams – President  
SEIU District 1199 WV/KY/OH  

State of Ohio Chapter Delegate Training

his 1 day training is designed for Delegates who have basic skills but need more in-depth information, including:

– 7 Tests of Just Cause for Discipline
– Effective Investigatory Meeting Tips
– Federal Rights as a State Employee
– Differences in Mediations, Arbitrations, and NTAs

What: State Chapter – Basic & Intermediate Delegate Training 
When: Wednesday, June 17th from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Where: SEIU District 1199 at 1395 Dublin Road in Columbus 

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic we must limit the training to a maximum of 27 members in order to provide appropriate recommended social distancing. If there is a need for additional training to accommodate more delegates we will schedule another one in the near future. A mask or face covering will be required. Thank you for your understanding and participation.

The registration deadline for this training has passed. Once you have registered, your leave from work will be arranged by the Union and your wages for the day will be paid by the State. Questions? You can always call the Member Resource Center at 877-419-7348. 

Stand With Ohio DYS Union Case Managers

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Stand With Ohio DRC Union Case Managers

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In Memoriam: Bernard Atta, Ohio Corrections Reception Center

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“It is with a heavy heart and immeasurable sadness that we share the news of the passing of Bernard Atta, a member of our SEIU District 1199 Union family at the State of Ohio Corrections Reception Center. We are asking that members be vigilant in their safety practices and take a moment to hold Bernard Atta and his family in your thoughts and prayers during this incredibly difficult time.”

– President Becky Williams

State Chapter Newsletter – May 2020

State of Ohio – Union Chapter News
Emergency Pay Class Action Grievance. SEIU District 1199 has filed a class action grievance for every member citing Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) language Article 35, Emergencies. We believe that the current state of emergency declared by Governor DeWine falls well within the intent of this language and that all members who work during this declared emergency are entitled to the $8 per hour stipend referenced in the CBA. Send a message to Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and ask him to honor the contract and grant the emergency pay that was mutually agreed upon. We will keep you updated as the grievance moves through the process.

Honoring Ohio Adult Parole Authority and Department of Youth Services Members. In the month of May, our nation observes Peace Officers Memorial Day, a day when we remember those who have lost their lives or become disabled in the line of duty. We want to take this time to honor the law enforcement professionals who are members of the Union. They face hazardous and dangerous conditions. From our leadership team to the members of our Union, we honor and thank them for their service.

Educational Development Fund Update. Last July 1st, the Educational Development Fund for members of SEIU District 1199 renewed with an additional balance of $750,000 available for reimbursement. As of May 9th, 21% of the budget, which totals $165,073.58, remains available for reimbursement. This fund was negotiated as a part of the contract and allows reimbursement for approved training and educational expenses. In 2018, members negotiated a substantial increase in funding for the Educational Development Fund as a part of the current contract due to the fact that in previous years the fund had been depleted far in advance of the July 1st renewal.

Open Enrollment for Benefits. For the plan year beginning on July 1, 2020, open enrollment will run from May 18, 2020 to May 29, 2020. Open enrollment is the time that members can enroll or make changes to their medical, dental, vision, and supplemental life insurance. Please look for all notices from the State of Ohio regarding open enrollment and virtual open enrollment fairs. This is very important as it is the only time that you will be able to change your coverage(s) without special circumstances.

State Member Receives Payment Owed After Filing Grievance. In violation of the Union contract, a member with the State of Ohio was not paid for attending an Industrial Commission hearing. After working with the Union and filing a grievance, the employer offered to settle the grievance by offering compensatory time.

Four ODRC Members Granted Overtime Opportunities. A group of members with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Correction were skipped over for overtime opportunities. They worked together to file a grievance, as this was a violation of the Union contract. Through this process, the employer agreed to give them each overtime work within the following 45 days.

SEIU District 1199 Member Benefits
Membership with SEIU District 1199 includes membership with three member benefit programs. Those programs include Union Plus, SEIU Member Benefits, and the SEIU District 1199 WV/KY/OH membership card. Members and eligible family members can now take classes with Eastern Gateway Community College at no-cost online. In 2019, Union Plus announced a new program with Central State University in Dayton, Ohio.

Member Resource Center – State of Ohio Chapter

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The Member Resource Center has provided assistance to a substantial number of members with the State of Ohio. Members have stood with their co-workers to win grievances, which relate to workplace health and safety, protection of the public, and fundamental fairness, among other issues. Representatives with the Member Resource Center are standing by to assist members. “Your Member Resource Center Has Your Back!”

College Programs for Union Members

SEIU District 1199 offers discounts for members and eligible family members through arrangements with colleges. These programs include a range of benefits with Columbia Southern University, Southern New Hampshire University, Central State University, and Eastern Gateway Community College. 

Membership with SEIU District 1199 provides access to the member benefit programs detailed below. If are not yet a dues paying member, sign a membership card at this link.

Free College Benefit SEIU District 1199
Ohio’s Eastern Gateway Community CollegeEastern Gateway offers a free online Associate’s Degree college benefit for members and retirees, in addition to eligible family members. If you live near Youngstown or Steubenville, you can also can participate in this program and take classes on campus. 

Ohio’s Central State University. Union Plus, one of your Union’s member benefit programs, has partnered with Central State University in Dayton, Ohio. Central State University is now offering a program for Bachelor’s Degrees for members and eligible family members. This program is available online at a reduced cost or low/no cost (e.g. depending on grants). The program is open to students with an Associate’s Degree or 60 credit hours of coursework in a related major. Additionally, students who have a degree from Eastern Gateway Community College can now transfer into the Bachelor’s Degree program at Central State University. 

Southern New Hampshire UniversitySNHU offers Bachelor’s Degrees and Associate’s Degrees for $3,000 a year for members and eligible family members.

Columbia Southern UniversityColumbia Southern offers Associate’s Degrees, Bachelor’s Degrees, Mater’s Degrees, and Doctoral Degrees. SEIU District 1199 has a tuition discount agreement for members. 

If you need assistance with member benefits, you can always contract your Member Resource Center. “Your Member Resource Center Has Your Back!”

Observing Peace Officers Memorial Day

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Today, we observe Peace Officers Memorial Day and remember those who have lost their lives or become disabled in the line of duty.

As law enforcement professionals, you put your lives on the line each day to keep our communities safe. You face hazardous and dangerous conditions in the name of public service. We are proud to stand with you, as we stand together for justice and fairness. 

On behalf of our leadership team and the members of our Union, we thank you and honor your service. 

In Solidarity, 

Becky Williams – President 
SEIU DIstrict 1199 WV/KY/OH

Special Notice and Nominating Petition: SEIU District 1199 District Officers and Executive Board Elections

All nominating petitions must be turned into the SEIU District 1199 election board by 4:30 PM on Wednesday, June 3rd at 1395 Dublin Road, Columbus, Ohio 43215.

Only originals will be accepted – no scans or faxed copies. If you have any questions, please contact Mary Jo Ivan, Election Chair, by calling (877) 419-7348. 

Nominating Petition: 2020 SEIU District 1199 District Officers and Executive Board Elections

Special Notice: 2020 SEIU District 1199 District Officers and Executive Board Elections

Governor DeWine: Honor Our Contract

 Emergency Pay

APA Parole Officers – Keeping Ohio Safe

Ohio DRC & DYS – Emergency Conditions