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  • Ross Hailey elected SEANC president

    SEANC first vice president Ross Hailey won a narrow victory over SEANC former board member Art Anthony Friday, September 11, 2015 during delegate voting at the 32nd annual SEANC convention in Greensboro, NC. Hailey won 368 to 353 votes over Anthony to become the next president of the powerful state employees organization and will assume office in October, 2015.

SEANC first vice president Ross Hailey won a narrow victory over SEANC former board member Art Anthony Friday, September 11, 2015 during delegate voting at the 32nd annual SEANC convention in Greensboro, NC. Hailey won 368 to 353 votes over Anthony to become the next president of the powerful state employees organization and will assume office in October, 2015. Harry Lynch The News & Observer
SEANC first vice president Ross Hailey won a narrow victory over SEANC former board member Art Anthony Friday, September 11, 2015 during delegate voting at the 32nd annual SEANC convention in Greensboro, NC. Hailey won 368 to 353 votes over Anthony to become the next president of the powerful state employees organization and will assume office in October, 2015. Harry Lynch The News & Observer

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