• Politics and Legislation

    Union families are under attack across America. We have to fight back.

    UFCW members will play an integral role in this year’s mid-term elections.

    In Oklahoma and Texas, we have the chance to vote for new leaders every two years. There are competitive Congressional and state House seats across both states. Our elected representatives in Oklahoma City, Austin, and Washington D.C. have failed us. They pass policies like ‘Right to Work’ to divide us and weaken our union contracts. The Affordable Care Act, though a necessary step in improving our nation’s healthcare, left much to be desired in how it negatively affected union healthcare plans. We have the chance to change our country’s trajectory every election cycle. We can elect better leaders that have our interests at heart and the interests of working people. Get registered to vote. Find your polling place. Learn about the candidates. Do your civic duty and vote. Let us know how we can help.

     

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  • UFCW 1000 Political Blog

    UFCW members across Dallas visited with Dallas City Council persons and candidates running to represent working families.
    Dallas will elect its first new mayor in eight years in May. With a field of nine hopefuls - and dozens more candidates vying for the city's 14 council seats - there are plenty of choices for voters.UFCW Local 1000 is proud to endorse City Councilman Scott Griggs for Dallas Mayor. Griggs has a...
    President Burris has sent identical letters to Congresswoman Kendra Horn in Oklahoma City and Congressman Colin Allred in Dallas outlining his support for raising the minimum wage.   On behalf of UFCW Local 1000, which represents over 12,000 hard-working Americans in the retail and food industry...
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