How do congregations select General Assembly delegates?
Technology allows congregational delegates to participate and vote even if they cannot travel to New Orleans.
Candidate statement: Susan Frederick-Gray
Three things are essential: Spiritual vitality, partnership, and organizing for impact.
Candidate statement: Alison Miller
I promise to ignite faith, empower change, and advance justice.
Candidate statement: Jeanne Pupke
It is the job of the UUA to assure that every congregation and covenanted community has the opportunity and resources to thrive.
UUA presidential election to use ranked-choice voting
Because there are more than two candidates, this election will be the first since 1977 to use the UUA’s instant runoff voting provision. Delegates’ second-choice pick may be the deciding factor.
Watch this: April 1 UUA presidential candidates forum
The three candidates running for UUA president met in the first of five regional candidate forums on April 1 in Bethesda, Maryland.
UUA president resigns amid controversy over hiring practices
The Rev. Peter Morales steps down three months before end of term amid charges that a senior hire reflects white supremacy and failures to promote staff diversity.
Critics see white supremacy in UUA hiring practices
Latest senior hire, of a white man, highlights staff leadership that remains mostly white.
Follow the UUA presidential campaign
With three candidates on ballot, UUA will use instant run-off voting for first time since 1977; regional candidate forums begin February 25.
Pupke: ‘I want us on fire’
The Rev. Jeanne Pupke, candidate for UUA president, emphasizes executive experience and innovation.
Frederick-Gray: ‘Sense of mission draws the best out of people’
The Rev. Susan Frederick-Gray, candidate for UUA president, was instrumental in 2012 Justice General Assembly.
Miller: ‘Blood of UUs courses through my veins’
The Rev. Alison Miller, candidate for UUA president, emphasizes power we have to heal one another.