Volunteers Make the Difference in City Elections

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Election volunteers at the LA County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO

The hard work of over 500 union volunteers paid off in a big way in the Los Angeles City elections. All candidates endorsed by Labor achieved positive ballot results, see here.

“Results show that the candidates who stand closest to working families are preferred by voters throughout the city,” says Maria Elena Durazo, Executive Secretary Treasurer of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, AFL-CIO.

Hundreds of union volunteers have worked tirelessly during the campaign, their contribution is pivotal for the outcome in the Los Angeles city elections. “We must acknowledge the enthusiastic participation of cafeteria workers, teachers, mechanics, bus drivers, hotel workers, car wash workers, park and recreation employees, animal control employees, and countless others in all different industries, who volunteered their time to elect officials who are committed to standing with working families,” adds Maria Elena.

Let’s ramp up campaign efforts for our candidates in the run-off. Reserve your volunteer opportunity today to make our city, schools, and community colleges better for working families. Contact Hector Saldivar: HSaldivar@launionaflcio•org

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One Response to Volunteers Make the Difference in City Elections

  1. Charles Strickland says:

    I have some free time to do some volunteer work. I ultimately would like to focus on getting releases for innocent victims who are wrongly incarcerated in our penal system. If I could discuss with you the options that the AFL CIO offers for volunteer services? My telephone number is: 818 209 7974.

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