Message from President English

With a sigh of relief, we can begin the day by congratulating President Obama and Vice President Biden on their re-election. It’s been an exciting election season, and one of the most exhilarating aspects has been watching our members step up to the challenge. You talked to your friends and families, knocked on doors, made phone calls, and supported this campaign with your time and your vote.

Help our AFT brothers and sisters in New York City on Saturday

The devastation that Super Storm Sandy caused in New York is unimaginable. Our brothers and sisters up there need help!

We are asking for volunteers this Saturday (Nov. 10th).

A bus will leave from the BTU/AFT-Maryland parking lot at 5 a.m. and all meals will be provided. (5800 Metro Drive, Baltimore, MD 21215)

Hurricane Sandy highlights vital role of public employees

Not surprisingly, AFT members along the Eastern Seaboard felt the impact of Hurricane Sandy—both professionally and personally. The storm and its aftermath highlighted the essential services provided by educators, state workers, healthcare professionals and other public employees. Many of these workers stepped up to help with the rescue and relief efforts. In some cases, these employees mounted heroic efforts in the face of very difficult circumstances.

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A Message from President English

Fellow Union Members and Families,
 
November 6, 2012, Election Day, is a day of great importance for working families and particularly for union members. Decisions will be made at the ballot box that will