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  • Delegates to the Southwest Washington Central Labor Council elected a new President and Executive Board member at the organization’s December 7, 2023 meeting. They, along with returning Trustee Theresia Lloyd Seimer, will be sworn in at the CLC’s monthly meeting on January 4th.
    We all know that 2022 was an amazing year for working people in our region. We saw headlines about strikes, new organizing, and workers from across Southwest Washington standing up and standing together to fight for fair treatment in their workplaces. Behind each of those headlines are people in our community who took risks and volunteered their time and energy to make those stories happen.
    Join us for a Labor Neighbor event in support of Labor-endorsed candidates Marie Glusenkamp Perez, Duncan Camacho, and John Zingale on Saturday, October 15 from 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM! This is our chance to have more pro-Labor representation in Southwest Washington! Take action to support our Labor-endorsed candidates (many of whom are union members) and get out the vote.
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    It's been a rough couple of years. Isn't it about time we got together again.
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    **UPDATED With Clark County Endorsements** The Southwest Washington Central Labor Council congratulates our 2022 endorsed candidates on their endorsement by the Washington State Labor Council at its recent COPE Convention. Find out more about our Labor-endorsed candidates, then get ready to go to work for these great candidates for working families!
    US Senator Patty Murray and Governor Jay Inslee are in the midst of conducting a review that could lead to the removal of Lower Snake River Dams. Please let your Local know you support retaining the Lower Snake River Dams until we can find solutions to mitigate the impact of their removal on working families and implement them.
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Southwest Washington Central Labor Council
PO Box 61929
Vancouver, WA 98666-1929
  (360) 818-1877

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