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
The CLC is looking forward to big things this year and we can’t wait to share them with you! Saturday, Jan 19th – Join fellow union members [Read More..]
Saturday Nov. 3, we will talk to union members around the area to get out the vote for the mid-term election and our endorsed candidates! [Read More..]
Fellow Victory Lodge members, Please see the document below. This is the 2018 Election Slate of all candidates in North Carolina officially endorsed by the [Read More..]
Labor Walk 2018 AFL-CIO SPCLC Southern Piedmont Central Labor Council Our mission is to build an independent political power for working people by driving a [Read More..]
09/25/2018 Bad officials are elected by good citizens who do not vote.– George Jean Nathan The North Carolina AFL-CIO in conjunction with the Southern Piedmont Central [Read More..]
Do you live in the Triad area? Interested in hearing what your local candidates have to say about labor issues that directly affect you as [Read More..]
Saturday Sep. 22nd, there will be a canvass talking to fellow union members, neighbors and friends about why our endorsed candidates are the right choice [Read More..]
06/28/2018 Members of Local Lodge 1725, Starting last Saturday, June 23rd the national AFL-CIO kicked off Labor 2018 Programs all across the country with Labor [Read More..]
The NC State Council of Machinists gathered at Pine Knolls, Atlantic Beach, NC on 26 April for its convention. We had a two day session [Read More..]
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..]