2021 San Bernardino Courts Bargaining Team Nominations

What is a Bargaining Committee Team?

A Bargaining Committee Team is a committee of Local 721 members who are elected to lead Local 721’s negotiations at the bargaining table. Committee members will work with other Local 721 members to identify ideas and develop contract proposals.

Committee members also meet with management to negotiate over proposals.

Most importantly, bargaining teams work with CATs (Contract Action Teams) to keep all 721 members informed about the progress of bargaining and to move Local 721 members into action to win the best contract possible.

Meetings with management generally takes place on City time, but committee members must be prepared to meet frequently on their own time to develop proposals and the plan of action.


• You may nominate yourself or any other Local 721 member in your bargaining unit by completing the nomination form at the link below with a candidate statement.

• If there is more than one (1) candidate for the open slot, an election will take place on a date and time determined by the needs of the campaign.

• Nominations for the Bargaining Committee Team are open now and will close by the end of business day on Tuesday, February 16, 2021.

Use the form below to nominate yourself or another member.

San Bernardino Courts Bargaining Team Nominations

  • Your Information

  • Bargaining Team Nominations

    Please enter the full name of each member you would like to nominate to represent you and your co-workers on the bargaining team. Each name must be on a separate line, click the plus sign for additional lines. Nominate as many members as you like. If you would like to run for the bargaining team enter your own name.
  • Bargaining Team Statements

    If you would like, you may include a statement for why you believe your nominated candidates should be on the bargaining team. Please include the candidate name in the statement. Please use 50 words or fewer.