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The Communications Workers of America (AFL-CIO) represents more than 70,000 working families in New Jersey, including more than 40,000 state workers, 15,000 county and municipal workers, and thousands of workers in the telecommunications and direct care industries.

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CWA: Let’s Do A Better Job of Honoring Our Veterans

Nov. 10, 2015 Following is a statement by CWA President Chris Shelton on how our nation should honor our veterans: Washington, D.C. – What does it mean to honor our veterans? Tomorrow, many of us will join in community celebrations and parades, or solemn commemorations at local cemeteries. There’s no question that we must acknowledge...
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On Election Day, CWAers Get out The Vote Across New Jersey

New Jersey voters spoke decisively yesterday against Governor Christie and a legislature that would be a rubberstamp for the Governor for the rest of his term. Thanks to the tireless efforts of CWA members, Democrats increased their numbers in the State Assembly, picking up 3 seats to strengthen their majority. The stakes were high in...
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Who Should CWA Endorse for President? YOU DECIDE!

To ensure CWA members have direct input on the Union’s decision for endorsement of a Presidential candidate the CWA national executive board has established a website: cwavotes.org, to determine whether and how our union will endorse for the 2016 presidential primary election. The website provides information about the declared candidates, along with a poll for...
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Listen Again: State Worker Tele-Town Hall

Topics & Call Overview: State Worker Bargaining Report, Hetty Rosenstein, New Jersey Director Increments Update, Steve Weissman, Legal Counsel Political Update, including Labor Walks & Phone Banks, Seth Hahn, Legislative & Political Director Discussion of Pension Constitutional Amendment, Seth Hahn, Legislative & Political Director Dues Preview, Hetty Rosenstein, New Jersey Director CWA Votes: Presidential Primary Endorsement...
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