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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.

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“Invest in All of Us” at our coalition Tax March April 14

The Washington Federation of State Employees/AFSCME Council 28 is joining the All In For Washington and 10 other coalition partners for Tax Day March and Rally, 2-5 p.m., Saturday, April 14, Judkins Park, 2150 S. Norman St., Seattle, Washington 98144.

Why?

DOT Memorial procession Olympia. Remembering WSDOT workers killed and injured on the job.

4/4/18 - A day to honor, Part 1: WSDOT Worker Memorial event

CALL TO ACTION:

USAS Call-to-action: Ana Mari Cauce, UW President at 206-543-5010 and Paul Ramsey, CEO of UW Medicine at 206-543-7718.

Great week for our priority legislation

In the past eight days, Federation members saw several of our priority bills signed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee.

I AM 2018: Fifty years later, the struggle continues

Maurice Spivey, a Memphis sanitation worker and member of AFSCME Local 1733, takes pride in serving his community. Every day, he and his co-workers give back to their neighbors and to the city they call home.

Just as important, Spivey says, “We’re holding up Dr. King’s blood-soaked banner.”