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Organizing: Dues


Like any organization, a union needs resources to function. Unlike a company, the union is not about making money – its about building power for working people. Only local union members and elected convention delegates can vote, in a democratic manner, to change the dues. This is protected by the IBEW Constitution, Local Union By-laws, and federal law. Do you know the difference in pay that you make now and what you would make as an IBEW Local 7 electrician? To find out how you can receive a higher wage with benefits, contact us. We will explain Local Union Dues and International Dues and the benefits of being an IBEW Local 7 member.