November Election Results
Local #1, in keeping with its leadership's philosophy of building union power and building political power, actively identified, recruited, and supported candidates for local offices. Our members got active and engaged, and put forth an incredible effort. And that effort paid off in many local races which will have a direct impact on our members.
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Published on: November 19, 2014
Contra Costa County Supervisors elbowed their way to the front of the line on November 4th and gave themselves a 33% raise (increasing their salary from $97,000 to $129,000 approximately). They did this after years of pleading poverty and asking county employees to sacrifice for the greater good. Despite reasoned and impassioned arguments from residents, employees, and various community groups, the Supervisors …