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POLITCAL ACTION/UPDATES

This is where to look when we have updates on political happenings in our state that affect our trade or other labor issues that we need help with, as well as any new information.Click on the articles posted below for further information. We have the AFL-CIO Endorsements list there right now. You will notice on that list that we have a record number of UNION members running for political office, so be sure and get registered to vote so we can support these candidates this fall. At the bottom of the 233 home page are links to both check your registration status as well as to register to vote. 

We are also working on pre-budget negotiations with the other trades and unions for the upcoming House Bill 13 which is the bill that affects what pay raises and benefits our state workers will receive after the next legislative cycle. We will probably be looking for help on this Bill as well as any others that will be coming down the pipeline, like Right to Work for Less laws which will undoubtedly be coming our way. If you want to get involved with our volunteer organizing committee for political action (VOC), please get ahold of Luke Hoffer, the assistant business manager, to get put on that email list. You can reach him by emailing him at luke@ibew233.org and request you want to be put on the VOC update lists. 



(*ATTENTION* BE SURE TO OPT OUT OF RECIEVING MORE EMAILS IF YOU DONT WANT THEM,AT THE BOTTOM OF THE SUREVEY) Union members worked together across the labor movement to win many important victories for working people last year. Across the movement, working people secured historic funding and investment in our nation’s infrastructure, protected thousands of jobs, helped striking workers secure better contracts and unleashed a wave of union organizing. We kept our country moving forward through a global pandemic. But there’s still so much we can do together. Passing pro-worker laws will strengthen us at the bargaining table so we can care for ourselves and our families. Union members need to be talking to each other about the issues so we can work together to advance our shared agenda. That’s why the AFL-CIO is surveying union members nationwide, asking: “What do you care about?” Click the "Members Survey" link above, and together we can improve the lives of working people across the country!
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Page Last Updated: Aug 02, 2022 (08:30:00)
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IBEW Local 233
PO Box 131
Helena, MT 59624
  406-442-3185

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