Tri County members,
There will be a hearing on Right to Work bills in the Missouri House that is currently set as follows:
Tuesday, January 10, 2017
Time: 2:00pm House Basement Hearing Room 3
The following bill are scheduled and all are Right to Work bills, HBs 42, 91, 131, 256 and 314
There will also be a hearing in the Senate on Wednesday at 12noon on yet another Right to Work bill in that Chamber.
As soon as we have the information I will forward it to all.
I strongly encourage everyone to treat these attacks as an all hands on deck situation.
We must show our solidarity!
The MO. AFL–CIO has asked Tri-County Labor Club to canvass District 65 before the election Tuesday. I have the walk packets, if you are retired, are off and can spare some time today are Monday email me and I will get you a packet. For those working, we will meet at Tri-County HQ Saturday at 9:30 am; If need be we will finish up Sunday. For those that would like to phone bank we will be doing that at 10am Saturday at Tri. County. There is only 4 days left so if everyone could do a couple hours we can get this done . Thanks
Tri-County Labor Clubs November meeting will be tomorrow night Nov. 1st. E-board starts at 6:00pm and the General meeting at 6:30 pm.
There will be canvasing this Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday times and location to be determined.This is the last weekend before the election so we need everyone to help out. Thanks
Date: This Friday, October 28
Time: Doors open at 2 p.m.
Place: The Pageant, 6161 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63112
RSVP for an event with Vice President Joe Biden → www.jasonkander.com/bidenrally
Dear Tri-County Members,
I’ll keep this email short because I want to make sure you have time to take action:
The deadline to register to vote in Missouri is tomorrow — Wednesday, October 12— if you want to vote in the election on November 8.
- If you’re not registered to vote, get all of the information you need to register here: http://fixcongress.us/registertovote1012
- If you are registered to vote, share the messages below on Facebook and Twitter to encourage your friends and family to get registered before the deadline onOctober 12.
I’m counting on you, your friends and family to vote this November, so you have to register before the deadline on October 12.
Labor Day was fought for by the labor movement to honor workers that have contributed to the strength and prosperity of our country. The very things unions fight for like fair wages, safe workplaces, benefits, and the right to collectively bargain, are under attack here in Missouri. Many of our elected officials want to weaken labor unions, which would in turn weaken our state’s prosperity. Workers must unite together, like our forefathers did, to protect our rights and the rights of future generations.
The Missouri AFL-CIO is asking for your help to protect our rights. Election Day is just over two months away and this election will decide whether or not the labor movement will survive. We are asking you and your family to join us on September 10th for our Election Kick-Off Events.
South St. Louis County
St. Charles and North St. Louis County
New Madrid County
Our children deserve a future where workers are treated with the dignity they deserve. We will not sit idly by and let our rights fade into history.
When: Saturday, August 6th 1:00 p.m.
Where: Koster St Charles Field Office/Laborers Local 660 Union Hall
2633 W Clay Street
St Charles, MO
The upcoming primary August 2nd will be a very important election for Labor to keep RTW and other anti labor laws out of Missouri. I know that most of us usually vote Democrat but it does no good in this primary to take a Democratic Ballot; there are none of our democratic friends that have opposition on August 2nd. We must take a Republican ballot and vote for the ones that will keep voting against anti labor bills. If your not sure who your Senator are State Rep is go to: http://www.senate.mo.gov/LegisLookup/default.aspx/default.aspx and type in your address.
Below are the republicans that we have endorsed that have an opponent. on the 2nd.
Anne Zerr – Senate District 23rd
Tom Hannegan – State Rep. 65th
Chrissy Sommer – State Rep. 106th
Rick Lucas – State Rep. 107th
Jeff Schwentker – State Rep. 108th