Be There for Your APWU Family

It is the holiday season and our postal workers will be stretched to their limit. Then we add a hostile work environment, long hours, and short staffing. Postal workers worry about their health, how to meet their family obligations, and how the...

And the Winners Are...

Three locals and one retiree chapter will be rewarded for generating participation in the recent election of national union officers, Secretary-Treasurer Liz Powell has announced. To be eligible for rewards, locals and chapters must have achieved...

APWU Retirees Still Fighting for Justice

The midterm elections are approaching. Use your voice to let the candidates running for Congress, the House and the Senate, know that you and your family will only vote for those candidates who are committed to protecting your hard-earned benefits,...

Our Work Continues: APWU Biennial National Convention, Congress’ End-of-Year Actions and the 2022 Elections

During our National Convention, the APWU Legislative and Political Department hosted a midterm election briefing that focused on our election efforts this upcoming November. Eddie Acosta, a national campaign coordinator with the AFL-CIO, spoke about...

Vote by Mail: The Postal Service Can Handle It

(This article first appeared in the September/October 2020 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine) Mail-in voter fraud is a conspiracy. The real problem is voter suppression. With the Nov. 3 election fast approaching, fighting voter...

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