Strickland to join OCSEA for election kick off

Posted Aug. 10, 2016 by

Help kick off election season with a bang. Join pro-worker advocates at this year’s OCSEA President’s Conference on August 27. U.S. Senate candidate Ted Strickland  will join a list of powerhouse speakers to stand up for your right to bargain.

The OCSEA Presidents Conference on August 27 will be the union’s official kick off to election season and will arm activists with tools to inform other union members about what’s at stake––from the White House to the Statehouse. REGISTER NOW

These speakers will join Richard Cordray, the Director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau; AFSCME President Lee Saunders; Ohio Senators Capri Cafaro and Joe Schiavoni; and Ohio Democratic Party Chair David Pepper for the kick off event. Sign up today to get a front row seat to hear these speakers and to see how to make a difference in protecting public employee collective bargaining at the voting booth.

There’s so much on the line for public sector unions, especially as Right to Work (is Wrong) attacks mount in the Ohio Statehouse yet again.

Ten anti-union legislators are at it again with the introduction of their latest version of Right to Work for public employees, House Bill 583. Just like Senate Bill 5, this anti-worker bill would undermine the rights of public employee union members to negotiate for fair pay and benefits.

Join OCSEA at the President's Conference activists to strategize and energize about what’s at stake this election year, including voting all 10 of these anti-union legislators out of office this November. See if your legislator is one of the 10 Faces of Right to Work.