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MCEA Convention: Remote Attendance and Voting

Good afternoon MCEA,

Remote Attendance

Due to ongoing concerns presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, MCEA is implementing a Remote option for attending our Convention on January 29, 2022.


You will only receive the log-in information if you are registered. If attending by Zoom, you do not need to pay the registration fee.

Remember that in-person participation is STILL AN OPTION. ​We will be serving breakfast and lunch and strictly following CDC protocol. Masks and distancing are required. 

Please be sure to register ASAP. You may bring your $10 registration fee to MCEA headquarters on the day of the convention. You may email me ( or call me at 443-286-0520 with the following information to RSVP:

  • Full name
  • Email address
  • Best phone number
  • Full address
  • Active/Retired
  • Chapter

Please note that retiree members do not need to pay a registration fee, as the President of the Retiree Chapter has offered to reimburse the registration fee.

Additionally, those registering online and attending remotely do NOT have to pay the $10 registration fee. Only those attending in person need to pay the $10 registration. The registration fee is intended only to offset the costs of catering. 



As of Friday, January 21, 2022 at 11:59pm, the period for submitting nominations for MCEA Officer roles closed. Here are the current nominees:

  • President - Linda Day
  • Vice President - Lynn Harris
  • Treasurer (No nominations)
  • Secretary - John Eversley
  • County Representative (No nominations)
  • At-Large Board Member (No nominations)

Voting Instructions

Ballots are available by clicking here, downloading, and printing the ballot. Please note that these must be submitted before the start of Convention at 9:00 AM on Saturday, January 29, 2022.

Here are your options for submitting your ballot:

  1. In a sealed envelope, either by Certified Mail or by hand-delivery. Your name should not appear anywhere on the ballot--only the return address on the envelope.
  2. By emailing a scanned copy of the ballot to Your name should not appear anywhere on the ballot--only via your email address or in the email text.

Either way, your name should not appear anywhere on the ballot. This is for the purposes of 1.) ensuring a secret ballot and 2.) verifying your membership and eligibility to vote.

For any questions or concerns, please email

Thank you,

Andrew Mayton
Labor Relations Specialist
Maryland Classified Employees Association

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