Brown Re-elected as NFFE National President

Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Contact:  Randy Erwin   (202) 216-4451 (office)   (202) 898-1866 (fax)  


Las Vegas, NV – Last week, Richard N. Brown was re-elected as National President of the National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE).  Brown was elected to his third term by a sound majority of the delegate vote over challenger Sandra Bond.  The election took place at NFFE's national convention that was held in Las Vegas, NV.


"It gives me great pride to have the opportunity to run this great union for another four years," said Brown.


Also re-elected to his second term was National Secretary/Treasurer John M. Paolino.  Paolino ran uncontested for the position.


The winners of NFFE's seven vice president positions were: Patricia LaSala (1st VP), Douglas Law (2nd VP), Joe Drozdowski (3rd VP), Kolleen McGrath (4th VP), Gloria Porter (5th VP), John Obst (6th VP), and Debbie Ransom (7th VP).



Established in 1917, the National Federation of Federal Employees is the oldest union representing civil service federal employees.  NFFE currently represents 90,000 federal employees government-wide. NFFE is affiliated with the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers

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