Three more local SAG-AFTRA elections – this time in Colorado, New Mexico and the Twin Cities – have been decided “without the necessity of a membership vote.” Similar non-voting elections were recently held at the union’s Hawaii, Missouri Valley, and Arizona-Utah locals.

In Colorado, local president Sheila Ivy Traister was returned to office without opposition. None of the local’s other officers, board members and convention delegates faced opposition either, and were “declared elected without the necessity of a membership vote.”

It was the same thing in New Mexico, where the local’s incumbent local president, Tom Schuch, ran unopposed. Three of the local’s other officers, four local board members, and two convention delegates were also elected “without the necessity of a membership vote.”

In the Twin Cities, Bob Davis was reelected president – and 12 of the local’s other officers, board members and convention delegates were elected without a single vote being cast.