AFL-CIO – Southern Piedmont Labor Council – VL1725 Phone Banking

September 26, 2018 Admin 0

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 Labor Council and Victory Lodge 1725 will be conducting a series of phone banking efforts to help get out the vote. Please take this opportunity to make a difference by helping to support labor/union friendly candidates in the upcoming November election. You can volunteer at either one of the locations and times listed below.

 

Tuesdays 6pm-8:30pm             Thursdays 6pm-8:30pm

IBEW 379                                       CWA  3603

1900 Cross Beam Dr.                   5108 Monroe Rd # B.

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AFL-CIO Labor 18 Day of Action

September 10, 2018 Admin 0

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 to win victories for North Carolina’s working families. Join us!

Please see the flyer below (click on the thumbnail for the full size flyer) and print or download. Feel free to post on your union bulletin boards as well.

thumbnail of Labor 2018 Charlotte walk flyer

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AFL-CIO Labor 2018 Kick-Off Survey

June 28, 2018 Admin 0

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 Walks, Phone Banks, Worksite Leafleting Programs, and more.

Here in NC with your help, we are participating by kicking off a Week of Concerted Activity, distributing the attached Issue Surveys to members and collecting their information as they pledge to be volunteers and an active part of  Labor 2018.

Please Note: The attached PDF has been updated and can now be filled out electronically and forwarded to the State Federation by just clicking the shaded … Read More...

North Carolina State Council of Machinists Spring Convention

May 29, 2018 Admin 0

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 of business with speakers from the IAM, AFL-CIO as well as a candidate for office.

We discussed the upcoming primaries and the screenings we accomplished throughout the state to vet candidates. A discussion was held on the funding and means to sponsor the vetted candidates. How to get members involved and out to vote was a major topic of discussion. We need to find a way to stir members to action in not only voting … Read More...