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  • Mayoral candidate resorts to union bashing in Fayetteville

    If you needed another reason to vote on Tuesday Nov. 5th, let this be the one.

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  • Cherie Berry doesn’t deserve to be re-elected Labor Commissioner

    NC State AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer MaryBe McMillan’s letter to the editor of Indy Week to detail the many reasons why Cherie Berry doesn’t deserve to be re-elected Labor Commissioner.

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  • AFL-CIO endorses Walter Dalton for Governor

    Today, elected representatives of AFL-CIO union members in North Carolina voted unanimously to endorse Walter Dalton for Governor, the only candidate for working people.

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  • AFL-CIO endorses Linda Coleman for Lt. Governor

    Now more than ever, the people of North Carolina need leaders like Linda Coleman who value work over greed and who will go to work to protect the public good.

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  • Labor’s Endorsements in 2011 Local Elections

    Tuesday, November 8 is Election Day. Control of the Wake County School Board will be decided in a run-off election! Also voting are Charlotte, Durham, Fayetteville, and Greensboro. Who you vote for is a personal decision. But we hope you will consider labor’s endorsement when voting.

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  • Labor’s Endorsements in 2011 Wake, Durham Local Elections

    Who you vote for is a personal decision. We hope you will consider labor’s endorsement when voting. See the list of endorsed candidates, download slates, and learn how you can volunteer to elect labor-friendly candidates in Wake and Durham counties.

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  • Early Voting for Primary Runoff Begins (6/3)

    One-Stop voting until June 19 It’s a runoff! No Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate received 40% of the vote in the May 4 primary election, so the top two vote-getters – Secretary of State, Elaine Marshall and former state senator, Cal Cunningham – will face off in a runoff Tuesday, June 22, 2010. You don’t […]

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  • VOTE: Tuesday is Primary Election Day! (5/4)

    Expected low turnout means your vote matters more Historically, turn out for primary elections – especially in a non-presidential election year – is very low. In November 2008, 70% of registered voters cast a ballot, but in the May 2006 primary, only 12% of voters did the same. That fact of electoral politics means your […]

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