Lobby Locally at Upcoming CLC Legislative Meetings

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Break bread and build ties with your state legislators

If all politics is local, as the saying goes, then attending one of our Central Labor Council’s upcoming local legislative meetings is a great opportunity for working people to break bread and build ties with the people who will be making laws in Raleigh that will affect our ability to work, vote, and organize for a better life in North Carolina.

Come to one of these meals to meet your local North Carolina legislators, learn about our 2017 Working People’s Agenda, and talk openly about the issues that matter to working people with the folks who will vote on them.

In Raleigh

What: Breakfast hosted by the Triangle Labor Council
When: Saturday, January 28th at 8:30 AM
Where: Teamsters Local 391, 6317 Angus Dr., Raleigh, NC 27617 (just off US-70)
Cost: Just $5 / person for a catered breakfast
RSVP: Contact Aiden Graham at aiden@aflcionc.org or call 919-833-6678

In Fayetteville

What: Lunch hosted by the Greater Sandhills Central Labor Council
When: Saturday, February 18th at 11:00 AM
Where: Fuller’s Old Fashion BBQ, 7735 Raeford Rd, Fayetteville, NC 28304
Cost: no charge
RSVP: Contact Aiden Graham at aiden@aflcionc.org or call 919-833-6678

In Greensboro

What: Dinner hosted by the Triad Central Labor Council
When: Saturday, February 18th at 5:00 PM
Where: Valleybrook Conference Center, 5009 High Point Rd, Greensboro, NC 27407
Cost: no charge
RSVP: Contact Aiden Graham at aiden@aflcionc.org or call 919-833-6678

In Charlotte

TBD – check back soon for more info!

In Asheville

TBD – check back soon for more info!

Pictured: Rep. Duane Hall (foreground) joins other state legislators and labor activists at the Triangle Labor Council legislative breakfast in 2013.