Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Election Update: Members Voice Win Majority of Delegates

Local 157 unofficial election results for (48) Delegates to the NYC District Council and one (1) Executive Committee member are as follows:
  • There were 150 candidates on the ballot. 
  • There were 8900 eligible voters.
  • Approximately 1905 members voted, you needed at least 465 votes to win. 
  • Only 1103 members voted for the executive committee members
  • No Independent candidates won.  
  • The independent vote ranged from a low of 67 to a high of 195, received by Charles Egan. 
  • The slate vote ranged from a low of 292 to a high of 575, received by Bill Walsh.
  • Members Voice had 26 Delegates elected.
  • Carpenters Alliance had 21 Delegates elected.
  • Carpenters United had 1 Delegate elected.
The Members Voice Slate winners are:

Chris Grogan, George La Montagne, John “Terror” Carty, Sean Doonan, John Daly, Greg Kelty, John Moloney, Don Foley, Steve Spinelli, Kevin Egan, Levi Messenetti, Sean Firth, Kevin Corrigan, Mike Donnelly, Mike Berlingo, Turlough “Sam” Noone, Patrick Nee, Tommy McGonigle, Vincent Spinelli, John Gaffney, Kevin McCabe, John Musumeci, Peter Corrigan, Danny Dore, Billy McKenna and  Bill Walsh.

The Carpenters Alliance Slate winners are: Danny Demorato for executive committee member, delegate winners are:

Louis Norelli, Eamonn Carey, Joseph Faith, Bill Lacey, Gerry Brue, Joe Nina, Vincent DeLessio, Graham McHugh, John Sheehy, Paul Capurso, Mitch Sonntag, Steve McInnis, John McCarthy, Guy Collins, Eddie McWilliams, Martin Lydon, Martin Maguire, Cory Kennedy, Elly Spicer, Glenn Hatcher and Joseph Connolly.

The Carpenters United Slate winner in Mike Bilello.



  2. Congrats to all, now make us proud. From Donny Arana.

  3. There is only 47 names there

  4. I see the Unity Team bullet voted the Irish regardless of the slate and screwed everyone else

  5. John Carty is missing


I would ask that if you would like to leave a comment that you think of Local 157 Blogspot as your online meeting hall and that you wouldn’t say anything on this site that you wouldn’t, say at a union meeting. Constructive criticism is welcome, as we all benefit from such advice. Obnoxious comments are not welcome.