• It’s Here! Your Union-Made Gift Guide
    December 1st - 5:00pm
  • Service & Solidarity Spotlight: After 11 Weeks on Strike, UAW Members at Blue Cross Blue Shield Reach Tentative Agreement
    November 30th - 2:52pm
  • Service & Solidarity Spotlight: Arlington County and Alexandria City Workers Secure First Contracts
    November 29th - 3:00pm
  • Native American Heritage Month Profiles: Margaret Jaramillo
    November 28th - 9:28pm
  • Native American Heritage Month Profiles: Collin Smith
    November 28th - 9:28pm
  • Service & Solidarity Spotlight: Maine’s Woodland Pulp Union Members Vote to Accept Improved Contract Offer; Strike Is Over
    November 28th - 3:45pm
  • Native American Heritage Month Profiles
    November 27th - 3:28pm
  • Native American Heritage Month Profiles: Richard Reynolds
    November 27th - 3:12pm
  • Service & Solidarity Spotlight: Medieval Times Buena Park Workers End Strike, Return to Work
    November 27th - 3:02pm
  • This Is the Story of How Workers Win
    November 22nd - 4:12pm

Political Action

Don’t squander the gift of Democracy

Our Democracy is a great gift that millions of men and women fought and died to defend. Let’s not squander it!

The Executive Board and Staff of IBEW Local 7 urges our members to get involved in the political process. This means not only going to vote on election day, but calling or writing your legislators, sending letters to the editor, and informing your friends and relatives about the issues important to you, your family, and your union.

We’ve provided some useful resources here that will help you to become a more involved citizen and a better union member. Be sure to check our web site regularly and stay in touch with Local 7′s leadership to keep informed about important issues. The more we pull together, the louder or voice is, and the better we can be heard by the people we’ve elected.