• Union Members Elected to Serve in Legislative Leadership
  • Postal Workers Call for Funding Stimulus and End to Mail Delays
  • Local S6 member & APRI leader Featured in Portraits of Black Mainers
  • IBEW 104 is hiring!
  • Solar Work Booming for IBEW 1253


  • Calais Nurses & Lab Scientists Claim Victory; Strike Averted
  • 40+ Legislators Call on Portland Museum to Respect Freedom to Organize
  • BIW Firefighters Join IAFF
  • Want to form a union in your workplace? We can help!
  • Support Food AND Medicine’s 18th Annual Solidarity Harvest!
  • The First Time the AFL Became Involved in Elections Was in Maine


  • Reflecting on the Election Results
  • Pro-Worker Legislative Candidates Elected Across Maine
  • Calais Nurses Vote to Authorize Strike to Force Firing of CEO
  • Nurse’s Union Members to Hold Democracy Rallies in Portland & Bangor
  • Green Valley Association Workers Secure Extension of Hazard Pay 
  • Maine Union Members Attend Jane McAlevey's "Strike School"

Working families deserve a leader who will focus on “we, the people,” not just on the person they see in the mirror. Only Vice President Joe Biden can be that president. I’ve known Joe for 40 years. He loves his family, loves working people and loves our country. His “Made in America” plan will revitalize America's manufacturing in a way Trump never could. Biden doesn’t only have the best plan to beat the virus and help workers recover financially—he is the only candidate for president with a plan at all. And with a Biden administration, we’ll finally pass the PRO Act, allowing workers to join a union freely and fairly.

Recent News

California has become the fourth and largest state to adopt emergency workplace protections for COVID-19. Nearly 20 million workers in California will be protected by the new mandate, which includes requirements for face masks, physical distancing and reporting of outbreaks in the workplace. Rebecca Reindel, director of occupational safety and health at the AFL-CIO, said the federal government should follow the lead of states like California. “The virus doesn’t know boundaries,” she said.

Trece Andrews spent the last three months phone-banking and sometimes canvassing for Joe Biden in Michigan. The nursing home worker focused her efforts on Detroit residents and fellow members of the Service Employees International Union, telling them a Biden administration would protect their health care and do more to raise their wages.

Democrat Joe Biden gained more of the vote from members of the AFL-CIO than Hillary Clinton did four years ago, its president said, crediting laborers for the party’s wins in key states.

"Simply put, we got out the vote," AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka told reporters Thursday. "In Wisconsin, in Michigan, in Pennsylvania, Joe Biden's firewall was union made. And the labor movement is expanding the map--look at Arizona, look at Georgia."


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  • ACLU of Maine Workers Unionize
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  • Defending Our Democracy in the 2020 Election
  • Nurses Call for Firing of Calais Regional Hospital CEO
  • Sara Gideon Visits USW 900 Members in Rumford

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Working people deserve real relief from COVID-19, which has killed hundreds of thousands of Americans and left millions unemployed through no fault of their own. Tell your senators now is the time for the HEROES Act.

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