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Subject Hiring Hall: ELECTION COUNTDOWN: 6 days to 11/8/22
Date November 2, 2022 9:48 AM
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ELECTION COUNTDOWN: 6 days to 11/8/22

Labor Endorsements, DMV Voter's Guide

LAST CHANCE TO GET INVOLVED: GOTV 2022

WHY THIS ELECTION MATTERS: ISSUES

QUOTABLE: Jaime Contreras (SEIU 32BJ)

SSA employees rally at headquarters protesting chronic understaffing, underfunding

Meet the People Who Keep Our Federal and D.C. Governments Running

Today's Labor Quote

Today's Labor History

Hiring Hall:
Latest DC-area union staff jobs!!

Today's Labor Calendar

[link removed] Click here for the complete calendar and details, including all DMV-area Labor-to-Labor GOTV activities. Got something to add or update? Email us at mailto:[email protected].


Union City Radio: 7:15am, WPFW-FM 89.3 FM
2-minute audio version of the Metro Washington Labor Council's Union City newsletter.

Wednesdays with Warner for the PRO Act: Wed, November 2, 8:15am - 9:15am

Windmill Hill Park, 500 South Lee St, Alexandria ([link removed] map)

[link removed] NoVA Labor text bank: Wed, November 2, 6pm - 8pm

[link removed] Phone/Text Bank party (Pride@Work): Wed, November 2, 6pm - 8pm

Labor Rights Defenders Celebration: Thu, November 3, 5:00pm - 7:30pm

2111 Decatur Place NW, Washington, DC 20008 ([link removed] map)
[link removed] REGISTER HERE (Deadline 11/2)

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(THE FINAL) ELECTION COUNTDOWN: 6 days to 11/8/22

Union City's weekly round-up of DMV labor Get Out The Vote efforts, the issues affecting area working people, and labor's candidates. Comments and suggestions welcome; email [email protected] Click here forhttps://www.dclabor.org/endorsements.html 2022 labor endorsements, andhttps://twitter.com/DCLabor follow us on Twitter.


With Election Day now less than a week away, this is the final stretch! Union voters will be making the difference in races up and down the ballot here in the DMV and across the nation. Make sure your vote is counted, and help ensure that labor's voice is heard at the polls this year by volunteering at a phone or text bank or hitting the doors. Here are handy links to labor's endorsements, our voting guide, issues, and how to get involved.

Labor Endorsements: [link removed] Click here for labor's endorsements in DC, Maryland and Virginia.
DMV Voter's Guide: [link removed] Click here for information on voting (how, where and when).

Photos: We love to see our union brothers and sisters getting out the labor vote! Please send your photos to us here: [email protected]

QUOTABLE: Jaime Contreras (SEIU 32BJ)
"For single mothers and anyone who wants access to Paid Sick and Paid Family Leave benefits, Elissa Silverman is irreplaceable."

LAST CHANCE TO GET INVOLVED: GOTV 2022
Stay tuned for updates on Election Day labor GOTV. Meanwhile, here's what's coming up this week:

[link removed] Phone/Text Bank party (Pride@Work): Wed, November 2, 6pm - 8pm

[link removed] NoVA Labor text bank: Wed, November 2, 6pm - 8pm

Maryland Labor Phone Bank: Thu, November 3, 6pm - 8pm; [link removed] RSVP HERE

DC Labor to Labor Canvass: Sat, November 5, 9am - 2pm; IATSE 22 ([link removed] map); [link removed] Info/sign-up here

NoVA Labor Walks: Sat, November 5, 9am - 1pm; 4536 John Marr Dr, Annandale, VA 22003, [link removed] Saturday Walk RSVP Link

Maryland Labor to Labor Walks (multiple locations): Sat, November 5, 9:30am - 2:00pm; [link removed] Info/RSVP here

WHY THIS ELECTION MATTERS: ISSUES

Read more about the issues we've featured in our weekly round-ups: [link removed] education, [link removed] healthcare and [link removed] unemployment Insurance.


ICYMI: Recent labor election coverage
[link removed] Hotel worker Regina Welch: Why I'm supporting Elissa

[link removed] DMV UNION VOTERS GUIDE


[link removed] Labor Photo: Weekend labor GOTV

[link removed] Election Day is in 8 days. Are you ready?

[link removed] Labor GOTV on the phones

[link removed] Wes Moore electrifies trades workers

SSA employees rally at headquarters protesting chronic understaffing, underfunding

Social Security Administration (SSA) employees staged a [link removed] rally at the agency's headquarters to protest chronic understaffing, underfunding, and management's refusal to negotiate a fair contract with the union. Holding signs that read, "SSA Workers Deserve Dignity, Fairness & Respect!" "Proud SSA Workers, Proud to Serve America," "Full Staffing, Full Rights Now!" and "Fair Bargaining, Fair Contract," SSA employees gathered to shine a spotlight on the agency's funding and personnel issues that have prevented workers from serving the American people in a timely manner. [link removed] Read more here.

- AFGE Blog

Meet the People Who Keep Our Federal and D.C. Governments Running

The AFGE Blog recently sat down with a group of federal and D.C. government workers represented by AFGE District 14 and asked them about their jobs, what people get wrong, what they wish people knew, and what they love most about their jobs. Here's the first in a series of reports featuring those local leaders.

Charron Carter: President-elect of AFGE Local 727, Charron Carter has been providing administrative support at the Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency (CSOSA) for almost 13 years. She initially joined the public service because she wanted more structure in her career than what she got from her previous private-sector job. CSOSA's mission is closely related to public safety, and Carter is proud to be a part of it. "At the end of the day, the work I do contributes to a larger purpose. Administrative support provides assistance to internal and external customers to achieve the mission of the agency." [link removed] Read more here.


Labor Quote: Zach Teutsch
"@32BJSEIU is supporting @tweetelissa. She has been endorsed by every single union that has endorsed. One rarely sees this level of consistency. It may be a first."
[link removed] Zach Teutsch is tracking endorsements for Washington City Paper.

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Today's Labor History

This week's Labor History Today podcast: [link removed] Pride on the line. Last week's show: [link removed] The longest nurses' strike.

Carmen Fasanella retired after 68 years and 243 days of taxicab service in Princeton, NJ, earning himself a place in the Guinness Book of World Records. He started driving at age 17 and, reportedly, chauffeured Princeton Prof. Albert Einstein around town - 1989

President Reagan signs a bill designating a federal holiday honoring the civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr., to be observed on the third Monday of January - 1983

Railroad union leader & socialist Eugene V. Debs receives a million votes for President while imprisoned - 1920

David Prosten

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Hiring Hall: DC-area union jobs, plus [link removed] click here for more listingshttp://www.dclabor.org/hiring-hall.html !

Communications
[link removed] Communications Specialist, NNU, based in Oakland, CA or the Washington, DC area (Posted: 11/1/2022)

Legal
[link removed] Attorney, KCNF (Kalijarvi, Chuzi, Newman & Fitch, P.C.), based in Washington, DC (Posted: 11/1/2022)
[link removed] Assistant General Counsel, UFCW, based in Washington, DC (Posted: 10/28/2022)

Misc

[link removed] National Representative I-IV - Organization & Field Services Department, AFT, National Representatives work throughout the country (Posted: 11/1/2022)
[link removed] Union Staff. NNU (Posted: 11/1/2022)

[link removed] Field Representative - Airports Division - Washington, DC; Maryland & Virginia, SEIU (Local 32BJ), based in Washington, DC (Posted: 11/1/2022)

[link removed] Climate Campaign Representative, Sierra Club (Sierra Club Maryland Chapter), based near College Park, MD (currently remote) (Posted: 10/26/2022) Maryland

Organizing
[link removed] Organizer, AFT, remote position (Posted: 10/31/2022)

[link removed] New Organizer, CIR/SEIU, this position may based anywhere in the United States (Posted: 11/1/2022)

[link removed] Lead New Organizer, CIR/SEIU, expected to work anywhere but must reside in: AZ, CA, CT, DC, FL, GA, ID, IL, MA, MI, NJ, NM, NY, OR, PA, RI, TX, VT, or WA (Posted: 11/1/2022)

[link removed] Lead Organizer - Multiple Campaigns, Multiple Locations, SEIU (Local 32BJ), based in Washington, DC; Boston, MA; Charlotte, NC; NJ, NY, and PA (Posted: 11/1/2022)

[link removed] Organizer - Multiple Campaigns / Multiple Locations, SEIU (Local 32BJ), based in Washington, DC; Boston, MA; Charlotte, NC; NJ; NY; and PA (Posted: 11/1/2022)

[link removed] Member Strength Organizer, SEIU 500, for covering the Metropolitan DC area and some parts of Maryland - including Baltimore (Posted: 10/26/2022)
[link removed] Digital Organizer, SEIU 32BJ, based in Richmond, VA (Posted: 11/1/2022) Virginia

Research

[link removed] Research Analyst, SEIU (Local 32BJ), based in New York, NY or Washington, DC (Posted: 11/1/2022)
[link removed] Campaign Researcher, UNITE HERE, may be based in Sacramento, CA; New Haven, CT; Washington, DC; or Seattle, WA (Posted: 11/1/2022)

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