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FLIP THE HOUSE: Volunteers Needed for Labor Walks

Join CWA Local 1037 as we knock on doors of fellow union households to let them know how important the midterm Congressional races are, especially in New Jersey. With ongoing attacks on workers’ and union rights, we must elect pro-union candidates to Congress who will put the interests of working families first.

Click here to sign up for our Labor-to-Labor walks.

Control of the House of the Representatives in 2018 will be decided by a small number of swing districts, places where the last election was decided by a thin margin. You can make a big difference in helping to take control of Congress away from anti-worker and anti-union politicians, and electing pro-worker candidates.

Walks will be from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm (Please arrive no later than 8:45 am for to receive walk turf and instructions)

Join us in this critical effort by showing up to our labor walks! Click here to sign up for our Labor-to-Labor walks.


After 8 years of Chris Christie, New Jersey needs to rebuild services. Governor Murphy has introduced a budget to do just that. Instead of relying on budget gimmicks and one-shots, Murphy wants to invest in our communities by ensuring millionaires pay their fair share and by closing corporate loopholes.

But some Legislative leaders are talking about shutting down state government or even more health care and pension cuts to public workers before raising taxes on millionaires. New Jersey needs sustainable, new revenue– not one-shots or cuts that balance the budget on the backs of public workers.

Take action by calling your NJ State Senator and your two NJ Assembly members now. Tell them to support Governor Murphy’s budget with sustainable new revenue, including a millionaire’s tax.

Make Three Calls for a Fair Budget!


State Worker Executive Branch Contract Ratified

Click here to download a PDF of this statement

Dear Sisters and Brothers,

We have a Contract!  Below are complete results compiled from all Locals.

Administrative-Clerical Unit

YES    99.6%
NO         .4%

Professional Unit

YES       99.7%
NO            .3%

Primary Level Supervisors Unit

YES         99.4%
NO               .6%

Higher Level Supervisors Unit

YES        99.6%
NO              .4%


YES    99.6%
NO       .3%

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