The intent and purpose of the Local Lodge 1725 Legislative Committee is to actively be involved in the process of political education. This is done in a nonpartisan way, to ensure that the interests of our members, the working class of our country, are being best served by our elected officials on Local, State, and Federal levels.
Several areas are involved. Goals range as simple as a left turn arrow at the intersection of West Blvd and Billy Graham Parkway, to interviewing candidates running for office, to reviewing bills from the House and Senate. Issues addressed stay within the agenda of items affecting health & safety, human rights, issues affecting jobs, etc. The committee remains clear of personal issues, as well as issues that really have no bearing on members of our Local as a whole.
Charlie Hines (Chairman)
Recent Posts by the Legislative Committee
05/12/2018 Dear Brother and Sisters, The Charlotte area Raising Wages NC coalition would like to invite you to join us in Raleigh on May 22nd [Read More..]
10/25/2017 The Legislative Committee is making available to our members the following Candidate Guides by the Southern Piedmont Central Labor Council. These are for the [Read More..]
Rapid Response Team Call Notes 8.16.2017 Attendees: Kayla Jacobs (Campaign Manager, Braxton Winston II for Charlotte City Council), Sean Stewart (UFCW), Mike Hachey (UniteHERE), Braxton [Read More..]
How you vote is a personal decision, but unions of working people like yours did the research, conducted interviews, and recommend these candidates in Charlotte. [Read More..]
Members of our Legislative Committee attended the NC State AFL-CIO Southern Piedmont Central Labor Council Legislative breakfast hosted by the IBEW. Maureen Kelly, Renae Miller, [Read More..]
Boeing workers who build the 787 Dreamliner in North Charleston, SC will have the chance to vote to join the IAM. The IAM filed a [Read More..]
Your Legislative Committee works hard behind the scenes to make sure those in government on a federal, state and local level are aware of and [Read More..]