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When you cast your vote for president, your ballot will show a choice for our next president. The nominees from the two major parties and those representing the Green and Libertarian nominees have spent a lot of time addressing voters under age 35 because they’re an important voting bloc in this election. Young voters face deep concerns particular to their demographic such as repaying skyrocketing college debt, finding a good-paying job to start a family with and feeling engaged in one of the most divisive election campaigns in our country’s modern history. Hillary Clinton is the most qualified candidate and will find commonsense solutions to those problems. She’s the best choice if you want a president who stands with Americans who work hard to support their families and want fair wages and benefits in return. Clinton understands that young people want a leader who fights against trade deals like the TPP (Trans- Pacific Partnership) because it benefits corporate profits at the expense of workers’ wages and the environment. Read more >>>

There was a time in America at the height of industrialization when children worked long hours in factories, in coal mines, or just about anywhere where physical labor was needed in manufacturing. Injuries, abuse and exploitation were common... Read more >>>

UAW Member Dana Harris Says Hillary is a Role Model

Dana Harris
Region 1A, Local 1284


Buick LaCrosse

Buick Verano

Cadillac ATS

Cadillac CTS

Cadillac CT6

Chevrolet Bolt (electric)

Chevrolet Camaro

Chevrolet Corvette

Chevrolet Cruze*

Chevrolet Cruze (diesel)

Chevrolet Impala

Chevrolet Malibu

Chevrolet Sonic*

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Solidarity Sept. - Oct. 2016 is now online!

View the online magazine or view individual articles:

Index: Volume 59, No. 9 - 10

From the President: Vote for the Candidate who is Committed to Organized Labor

PRO-Member - When Speech Incites Hate: Two UAW Members Reflect on 2016 Election

Together We Win: Flamingo Casino Cashiers Look Forward to Making Positive Changes

Union Front: UAW App Brings Important Information to Your Phone

Union Front: Members’ Right to Appeal Protected by UAW Constitution

Together We Win: Victory at the NLRB for Academic Workers

Legislative Update: What’s at Stake in November

Union Front: Making Higher Education Affordable

Union Front: On the Vanguard for Veterans

Union Front: * Beware of the Asterisk *

Cover Story: Hillary Clinton - She's With Us!

2017 UAW Built Vehicles List

Sen. Tim Kaine - He’s With Us!

Younger Workers Will Do Better Under a Clinton Presidency

A Letter to UAW Retirees From the President

Union Front: Communication is Key

Union Front: UAW Chaplains Bond with High School Band and Choir Members

In Memorium: We Salute the Life and Work of Ernie Lofton

Miss the Vice Presidential Debate Last Night? We’ve got you covered.

 Vice Presidential candidates Tim Kaine and Mike Pence went head to head last night. We’ve pulled some of the best tweets from the evening.

Check out tweets from the Vice Presidential Debate last night.

Mike Pence’s Circle of Economic Blunders

What do we know about Mike Pence? Well, first off we know he’s Trump’s running mate. Second, we know he supports right-to-work. But did you know he has a whole portfolio of blunders as Governor of Indiana?

Pence won’t stand up for workers now, and he won’t if he’s the Vice President. Find out why.


VANCE, Ala. — The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit today upheld a ruling by the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) that determined Mercedes-Benz U.S. International (MBUSI) violated federal labor law in Tuscaloosa County, Ala.

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Ahead of Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate in Virginia, the UAW is speaking out in support of Tim Kaine and Hillary Clinton, the candidates who we know will protect middle class families: Read more >>>

Buy Union this Halloween

This year shop for these products made by members of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM), United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW), and the International Longshore and Warehouse Workers Union (ILWU).

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UAW Member Lloyd Allen on Hillary Voting to Save the Auto Industry

Community Petition Urging University Administrators to End Their Anti-Union Campaign Gains Momentum

NEW YORK – As support for graduate workers’ right to collective bargaining builds nationwide, more than 60 members of Congress today issued a statement urging Columbia University President Lee Bollinger and other university administrators in support of fair and free union elections. U.S. Representatives Bobby Scott and Jerrold Nadler along with dozens of other congressional leaders applauded the National Labor Relations Board’s recent decision to restore the rights of teaching assistants and research assistants to bargain collectively.

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What is a UAW Women’s book club?

Of course you’ve heard of book clubs where people come together to discuss books, but what exactly is a UAW Women’s book club? UAW Women book clubs are ones where groups read books that empower and educate union women. The books recommended for our book clubs will be ones that strengthen our leadership skills and expand women’s roles within the UAW...

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UAW Member Sheila Pedersen Says Hillary is Ready For the Job

UPDATED VIDEO: Roundtable discussion and Q & A with President Williams

When local UAW members want to know what’s happening in their local and what the issues are that bring them together – like who the best candidate for workers is in the upcoming election – there’s no one they trust more than their union local. The UAW members who make that communication happen work tirelessly, usually on their own time, to bring it to their union sisters and brothers. Using all the platforms available to them such as social media, photography, video, publications, websites, email, texting and more, the UAW-Local Union Communications Association (LUCA) on Aug. 25 honored those hardworking communicators for a job well done over the past year. Read more >>>

MARION, Ind. — General Motors is investing $90.9 million in its Marion Metal Center plant to enhance the facility’s process capability and flexibility.

“This investment in stamping dies and equipment will align Marion Metal Center with GM’s future stamping strategy,” said Dan Hermer, GM North America Manufacturing manager. “This will enable our team to continue delivering quality to our stamping customers throughout North America.”

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Hear about the UAW Local 737 website. Read more >>>

Labor Day is a day of tribute to the American workers, the Labor Movement and our vision of a greater democracy.                                           by Benny Overton


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