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If an election is directed in a unit different from what the parties proposed at the hearing, how will the region deal with the parties’ preferences on date, time, place and method of election?

Section 102.67(b) provides that the decision and direction of election ordinarily will specify election details such as the type, date(s), time(s), and locations(s) of the election, and the eligibility period.  However, a regional director has discretion to contact the parties to ascertain their positions regarding the election details if the director ultimately chooses to direct an election in a unit that is materially different from that proposed by either party at the hearing.

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