UPS Pilots Re-elect President and Secretary to Three-Year Terms
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Oct. 23, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today the Independent Pilots Association re-elected its incumbent President, Captain Robert Travis and incumbent Secretary, Captain Thomas Kalfas to three-year terms. The IPA's Ballot Certification Board certified the final election results:
Capt. Robert Travis - 1781 (91.43%)
Capt. Richard Derthick - 167 (8.57%)
Capt. Thomas Kalfas - 1839 (100.00%)
There were 2,417 eligible voters of which 1,952 cast a ballot representing 80.8% of the eligible voters. This 80.8% voter turnout is up from the last IPA election (2011 - 70.9%) and the last IPA
Presidential election (2009 - 72.3%). The offices of President and Secretary comprise two positions of the five pilot IPA Executive Board. The remaining three positions are Vice President, Treasurer and At-Large Representative.
SOURCE Independent Pilots Association
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