SAG-AFTRA has kept hype and hoopla to minimum since its rowdy announcement of the merger between the Screen Actors Guild and the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists a year ago.
Setting the stage for its first elections next summer, SAG-AFTRA has reminded its 165,000 members that their dues are due Friday.
SAG's former communications director Katherine Moore, who was fired in 2000, has sued SAG over being wrongly blamed for allegedly rigging a 1998 national exec committee election.
One of the candidates slotted for the rerun of last fall's SAG election has called for firing longtime SAG exec John McGuire because of his supervision of election violations.
The Screen Actors Guild has announced that all 10 candidates in the invalidated national elections for three offices have agreed to run again.
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