Informational Picketing STILL ON 1/26

The informational picketing at Manchester Airport is STILL ON tomorrow from 5am-10am. The announcement today was only a short term solution, and we need to make sure the federal government knows that it can not bargain with the lives and safety of hard working people. Please join us tomorrow morning, In Solidarity.

Support our Brothers and Sisters

Brothers and Sisters,  Members of the Professional Aviation Safety Specialists (PASS) will be picketing at the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport (MHT) this coming Saturday, January 26, 5:00 – 10:00 AM. These hardworking men and women have been working without pay over the government shutdown, doing the hard work of keeping air travel safe. Here are the details

On Sat. Feb 9, we need your participation!

Brothers and Sisters, I am passing along an invitation to a Faith and Labor partnership event. Your participation would be valuable. Many are honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. who was assassinated while standing in solidarity with striking sanitation workers struggling to unionize through AFSCME. He personified Faith & Labor together. But today,

Affected by the Federal government shutdown?

Brothers and Sisters, if you are a NH Federal employee and a member of the NH Federal Credit Union (NHFCU), they have a program to assist you during the government shutdown. Contact 224-7731 ext. 330 for more information. Please pass this along to any affected workers! In Solidarity.

What’s your plan?

It’s a fact: voters who make a vote plan are more likely to vote on Election Day. AFL-CIO has a new online tool to help you think it through. New Hampshire working families need your vote on November 6, so make your vote plan today, and then follow through!

For the future of our unions, let’s get out the labor vote

Sisters and Brothers: On the day after Election Day, what kind of political reality would you like to wake up to? Would you like to see the New Hampshire legislature gain pro-union majorities in the state House & Senate, and have a pro-labor candidate take back the Governor’s seat? Or are you satisfied with the

NH AFL-CIO Legislative Conference votes on 2018 endorsements

On Saturday, September 22, the New Hampshire AFL-CIO convened its 2018 Legislative Conference and confirmed the endorsement of candidates for Governor, U.S. Congress, NH Executive Council, State Senate, and 169 candidates for NH House of Representatives. The purpose of the conference is to endorse candidates who support the core values of the NH AFL-CIO, our

New Labor 2018 Walk Dates Announced

  The New Hampshire AFL-CIO has announced new labor walk dates to support the state labor federation’s endorsed candidate, Mark MacKenzie for Congress in NH CD1. Please check out the event page for new dates and a link to sign up online, or email for more information.

Bernie Sanders to headline 2018 Labor Day Breakfast

(August 8th, 2018 – Hooksett, NH) New Hampshire AFL-CIO President Glenn Brackett announced today that long-time friend of the Granite State labor community Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) will serve as the keynote speaker at the AFL-CIO’s annual Labor Day Breakfast. The breakfast is to be held at St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Manchester on

2018 Candidate Questionnaire Deadline is August 17

2018 candidates for New Hampshire Senate and House of Representatives must submit a completed NH AFL-CIO 2018 Candidate Questionnaire to be considered for our endorsement. The deadline for submissions is 5:00pm on Friday, August 17. All candidates who filed for State Representative or Senate districts were mailed information about how to access the NH AFL-CIO
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