AMO members who have not received a ballot package can request a duplicate ballot
American Maritime Officers members who have not received their ballot package in the mail for the 2022 AMO Election of National Officers - either at their primary address on file with the union or at an alternate address if they provided one for the ballot mailing on August 1 - can request a duplicate ballot.
If you have not received a ballot package, if your original ballot is lost or damaged, or if you need your ballot sent to an alternate address, including the vessel aboard which you are working, you can send a request for a duplicate ballot by . In your message, you must include the address to which you will need your duplicate ballot mailed. Additionally, please specify that you did not receive your original ballot package, that your original ballot package was lost or damaged, or that you need your ballot sent to an alternate address.
TrueBallot, Inc. will mail a duplicate ballot package either to your primary address or to an alternate address if one was requested. Only one ballot per member may be cast.
Under the requirements specified in the AMO National Constitution, voted ballots must be received by mail at the repository no later than December 1, which will fall on a Thursday this year. Therefore, each AMO member will need to mail their voted ballot far enough in advance of December 1 to ensure it arrives by mail before the deadline.
Active AMO members and applicants can verify their primary mailing address on file at AMO National Headquarters on the AMO website. On the website, each member or applicant can use the Member Log In tab from a computer or mobile device to log into the Member Area of the website. By selecting either "Member Profile" or "Dues/Initiation Statement" at the top of the page, members and applicants can open a document that will display at the top the primary mailing address the union has on file for them. Members and applicants can also contact AMO Member Services or at 800-362-0513 extension 1050.