The elections for our national executive committee open on Thursday (20 April) and run until noon on 11 May - look out for your election pack arriving through the post shortly.
It is important that you vote as the NEC is responsible for running your union in line with the policies established by members through national annual delegate conferences and membership ballots.
You should receive a ballot pack, including NEC elections addresses, in the next few days.
Election addresses will also be online from Thursday morning for PCS members to view and make up their mind who to vote for.
If you've not received your NEC ballot paper by Friday, 28 April, request a replacement paper by emailing email@example.com
The email must contain your membership number along with your ballot address, including postcode. This is to enable us to check your details recorded on our member database Commix and update as required before issuing a replacement. Alternatively you can call balloting on 020 7801 2810 with your membership number to hand. The cut-off date for replacement requests is 5pm on Friday, 5 May.
Have your say
It's important that members use their vote and have their say.
Don't forget, PCS group executive committee elections, which are being conducted online for the first time this year, open next Thursday (27 April) and run until noon on 16 May.
All members for whom we have a home email address will receive a ballot paper by email. The email will be sent directly from independent scrutineers the Electoral Reform Society (ERS). For members who do not have an email address registered they will receive a ballot paper to their registered postal address. Members can request a postal ballot if they choose to.
They can do this after the ballot opens, and should email their group office with their request. The email should include their membership number and clearly state that they have received details for online voting but choose to vote by post.
If you require a replacement ballot paper for either the online or postal ballot you should request a replacement from your group office by Friday, 5 May. Please have your membership or National Insurance number handy.
Use your vote and have your say on who runs PCS. It's up to you.