Posted by: amicusgselection | Wednesday, February 18th, 2009

A New Beginning

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PAUL REUTER

14 YEARS AS A WORKPLACE REP

12 YEARS AS A REGIONAL OFFICER

10 YEARS AS A NATIONAL OFFICER

LIFE TIME TRADE UNIONIST 

Dear Colleague,

What a start to this election!

Please see latest flyer New Beginning

Messages of support are coming in from all around the UK and Ireland and our supporters can sense that change is about to become a reality.

Members are determined to demonstrate, through the ballot box, that they can, and will, make a difference.

The Election Address of Paul Reuter has received the praise of many members who have been put off by the need for other candidates to either attack each other, or offer a defence of why they are standing in this election.

This election is not about individuals, it’s about us, working together for the benefit of our fellow trade unionists, families, and communities.

This election should be about policies and developing a structure and union that will take us all forward, in other words, it’s about us all making a difference.

Our members want change and they want to support the only candidate who can genuinely offer real beneficial change.

Our members want the alternative professional and mature approach that Paul has offered to continue, and they should and will reject those who can only offer immature name calling which belongs in the playground.

Only membership apathy can prevent us all from creating a new beginning.

Please ensure that all members participate in this election and return their ballot forms in the post.

 Vote for Paul Reuter

 

 

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