|Local 478 Administrative Clerical|
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In far too many parts of the country, right-wing extremists are succeeding in their attempts to keep Americans away from the polls.
That’s why the members and retirees of AFSCME plan to knock on more doors, make more phone calls and turn out more votes than ever before in a mid-term election.
AFSCME International President Lee Saunders urges our members to protect their pay, pensions and healthcare during a visit to Connecticut.
We've recently launched the #TurnOutForWhat campaign on Twitter and Tumblr. People across the country are sharing why they're turning out to the polls on Nov. 4.
"We're still very much in the fight for a better tomorrow and now is not the time to give up. I want to be able to tell future generations that I did my best to protect their basic right to vote."
What do you do if you're injured on the job? Council 4's comprehensive workers' compensation training provided answers.
AFSCME training gives Council 4 members the tools to protect public services and taxpayers.
Senator Warren has a message for AFSCME members. While Senator Warren is not on a ballot this November, she reminds us why it’s so important that we get out to vote this fall.
AFSCME Local 478 represents all employees of the Administrative Clerical Unit (NP-3) of the State of Connecticut employed in the cities and towns of Ansonia, Bethany, Branford, Bridgeport, Cheshire, Derby, East Haven, Guilford, Hamden, Meriden, Milford, New Haven. North Haven, Shelton, Wallingford, and West Haven. Local 478 is one of eight statewide locals representing over 6,000 clerical employees.
AFSCME Local 478 2014 Membership Meeting Dates
Local 478 Steward Listing and Agency Assignments
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