Former “Beverly Hills, 90210” actress Gabrielle Carteris has been re-elected as president of SAG-AFTRA, the union announced Thursday night.Jane Austin was also voted in as secretary-treasurer, they will both serve two-year terms.Out of 144,000 eligible voters, Carteris received 14,674 votes, with Esai Morales receiving 8,145 votes, Pete Antico receiving 4,114 votes, Robert B. Martin, Jr., receiving 1,207 votes and Marilyn Monrovia receiving 715 vote, according to a statement from SAG-AFTRA.Also Read: SAG-AFTRA Members Approve New Film and TV Contract“I’m deeply humbled that our members have entrusted me with the privilege and honor of continuing to lead our great union,” Carteris said.
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