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UNITED STATES v. INTERNATIONAL BHD. OF TEAMSTERS

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK


October 20, 1997

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, Plaintiff, -against- INTERNATIONAL BROTHERHOOD OF TEAMSTERS, et al., Defendant. IN RE: APPLICATION XI OF THE INTERIM ELECTION OFFICER

The opinion of the court was delivered by: EDELSTEIN

MEMORANDUM & ORDER

 EDELSTEIN, District Judge :

 WHEREAS on September 29, 1997, this Court issued a decision approving most aspects of the Election Officer's Application X, for Approval of Proposed Rerun Election Plan ("Application X") United States v. International Bhd. Of Teamsters, 1997 WL 602546 (S.D.N.Y. Sept. 29, 1997); and

 WHEREAS in the aforementioned decision, this Court set forth a timetable of events for the Rerun Election; and

 WHEREAS Barbara Zack Quindel ("the Election Officer"), recused herself from deciding the issue of whether Ronald Carey ("Carey") should be disqualified from running in the Rerun Election; and

 WHEREAS the Election Officer resigned her position as Election Officer and this Court, by Orders dated September 29, 1997, appointed Benetta M. Mansfield to the position of Interim Election Officer, and appointed Election Appeals Master, Judge Kenneth Conboy, to investigate and decide the sole issue of whether Carey should be disqualified as a candidate in the IBT Rerun Election; and

 WHEREAS upon request from Judge Kenneth Conboy the Interim Election Officer petitioned this Court for a modification of the timetable in order that he may have additional time to complete his investigation and issue a decision regarding the disqualification of Carey; and

 WHEREAS the Interim Election Officer has so petitioned this Court in her Application XI, for an Extension of the Timetable for the Rerun Election Plan ("Application XI"); and

 WHEREAS having reviewed the Interim Election Officer's motion for an order extending timetable events required under the Rerun Election Plan approved by this Court on September 29, 1997, this Court finds that such an extension is appropriate; and

 WHEREAS accordingly, this Court finds that Application XI requesting an order extending the timetable of events for the IBT Rerun Election should be granted;

 IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT Application XI of the Interim Election Officer is GRANTED; and

  IT IS HEREBY FURTHER ORDERED THAT the following deadlines shall govern the IBT Rerun Election:

 November 21, 1997: Declaration of candidacy of previously nominated candidates.

 December 5, 1997: Supplemental nomination ballots sent to delegates.

 December 19, 1997: Nominating ballots to be returned and tallied.

 December 30, 1997: New Slate declarations due and withdrawals.

 January 16, 1998: Notice of Election posted at work sites and published in magazine; ballots printed; hiatus on Union publications begins.

 February 16, 1998: Mailing of Rerun ballots to IBT members.

 March 17, 1998: Return of ballots and begin Rerun count.

 SO ORDERED.

 DATED: New York, New York

 October 20, 1997.

 David N. Edelstein

 U.S.D.J.

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