WFSE 2023-2025 contract voting is taking place online as well as in person. Find an in-person event near you.
We won because we showed decisions-makers and the public that our fight is not just for our jobs and families, but for our communities as well.
On Tuesday, September 13, WFSE members took to the streets in Seattle, Spokane, Tacoma, Olympia, Bellingham and Tri-Cities to deliver this message: An unfair state worker contract puts Washingtonians at risk.

The Tax Structure Work Group meets next week in Spokane, Yakima and Vancouver.

The goal of this work group is to facilitate discussions about the current tax structure, with a focus on the business and occupation tax, and identify any options to improve the overall tax structure.

Each meeting will include a brief presentation by staff on the tax structure, followed by a small group discussion and report out, and then public testimony.

If you agree with I-1644 and want to help collect signatures to get it on the ballot, here's what you need to know. 

At this time, AFSCME Council 28 has not taken a position on the initiative, but wants to make sure our members are informed.

The following is from the One Washington Coalition for Equality:

WFSE Local 443 members are supporting locally endorsed LD 22 candidates Laurie Dolan and Beth Doglio.

And watch our calendar for phonebanks when you can help get state-employee friendly candidates elected.


DAY, JUNE 27, 2018

Contact: Greg Devereux, Executive Director
Email: [email protected], 800-562-6002

Supreme Court releases Janus v. AFSCME decision


We sat down with Senator Patty Kuderer to shine a light on why public employees should support her Senate seat in LD48 (Bellevue).


We witnessed her unapologetic advocacy for people. Yes people. Senator Kuderer is in politics to help people and that begins with a laser sharp focus on education and healthcare.