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Political Action: Politics make a difference to working families

 

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1. JOIN our member Political Justice Committee

  1. Get insider information on candidates, campaigns & the legislative sessions
  2. Help plan and implement political events
  3. Join us on the 3rd Saturday of the month at the Local 49 office at 3536 SE 26th Ave, Portland, OR 97202 – Email Felisa Hagins felisah@seiu49.org for details

2. Contribute to our Political Action Fund. It’s the easiest way to make a difference – Combine your money with 2 million other members to really make an impact! – Download the form here

3. Volunteer on a campaign or come to an event at the capitol.


Contact Felisa Hagins, Political Director, SEIU Local 49
Phone: 503-236-4949 x215
Email: felisah@seiu49.org



Join Us for Lobby Days!

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Across our state, our members and working families of Oregon are facing real threats: attacks on our access to healthcare, a shortage of good jobs, and a housing crisis unlike any we’ve seen before. This legislative session, we have a real opportunity to make a difference for working families. It’s up to us to tell our legislators: Stand up for Oregon’s working families!

Download the signup form here and see below for details!

Affordable Housing – Wednesday, April 12
9:30am to 3:30pm, First Congregational Church (700 Marion St NE, Salem)
If taking the bus, meet at Local 49 at 9:00am sharp. If meeting in Salem, be at the church by 10:15am.

Evictions for no-cause and out of control rent increases are taking a devastating toll on Oregon’s communities. The stability and security of the nearly 4 out of 10 Oregonians who rent their homes depend on legislators standing up on their behalf.

Questions? Call your steward or organizer for more information.


A través de nuestro estado, nuestros miembros y las familias trabajadoras de Oregón estamos enfrentando verdaderos ataques: ataques en nuestro acceso al cuidado médico, escasez de buenos empleos, y una crisis de vivienda como no se había visto nunca antes. En esta sesión legislativa, tenemos una gran oportunidad de hacer una diferencia para estas familias trabajadoras. Es nuestro deber decir a nuestros legisladores: defiendan a las familias trabajadoras de Oregón.

¡Descargue el formulario de registro aquí y vea más abajo para los detalles!

Vivienda Asequible: Miércoles, 12 de abril
9:30am a 3:30pm; First Congregational Church/Primera Iglesia Congregacional (700 Marion St NE, Salem)
Si va a tomar el autobús, vengase al Local 49 a las 9:00 a.m. Si va a reunir en Salem, llegue en la iglesia a las 10:15 am.

Los desalojos sin causa e incrementos del costo de la renta sin control están devastando a las comunidades de Oregón. La estabilidad y seguridad de cerca de 4 de cada 10 Oregonianos que rentan sus viviendas dependen del apoyo de la legislatura.

¿Preguntas? Llame a su delegado u organizador sindical para más información.

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