# UFT Election 2016 – Good News Good News for MORE / New Action

- We won the high schools. This was the race worth watching (no one knew the result in advance). Margin was just over 200 votes…
- Look at this….

In 2004, ICE/TJC had 1,239 elementary votes, NAC had 556, combined 1,795.

In 2007, ICE/TJC had 1,337 elementary votes, NAC had 562, combined 1,899.

In 2010, ICE/TJC had 703 elementary votes, NAC had 978, combined 1,681.

In 2013, MORE had 1,140 elementary votes, NAC had 534, combined 1,674.

In 2016, MORE/NAC had **2,306**.

**Together, we got the best result in over a decade.**

In 2004, ICE/TJC had 422 middle school votes, NAC had 311, combined 733.

In 2007, ICE/TJC had 444 middle school votes, NAC had 273, combined 717.

In 2010, ICE/TJC had 248 middle school votes, NAC had 421, combined 669.

In 2013, MORE had 398 middle school votes, NAC had 161, combined 559.

In 2016, MORE/NAC had **882**.

**Together, we got the best result in over a decade.**

In 2004, ICE/TJC had 1,417 high school votes, NAC had 700, combined 2,117.

In 2007, ICE/TJC had 1,524 high school votes, NAC had 521, combined 2,045.

In 2010, ICE/TJC had 1,369 high school votes, NAC had 774, combined 2,143.

In 2013, MORE had 1,430 high school votes, NAC had 452, combined 1,882.

In 2016, MORE/NAC had **2,275**.

**Together, we got the best result in over a decade.**

In 2004, ICE/TJC had 990 functional votes, NAC had 512, combined 1,502.

In 2007, ICE/TJC had 1,032 functional votes, NAC had 548, combined 1,580.

In 2010, ICE/TJC had 703 functional votes, NAC had 708, combined 1,411.

In 2013, MORE had 1,140 functional votes, NAC had 951, combined 2,091.

In 2016, MORE/NAC had **2,232**.

**Together, we got the best result in over a decade.**

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