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Dear Brothers and Sisters,

Labor is under attack this election season.

Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney has pledged to erase Davis-Bacon and weaken organized labor. Several candidates for state office have also admitted they don’t think unions are good for America.

If you haven’t yet registered to vote for the Nov. 6 election, please click here to register today. We need your vote!

Voter registration forms are also available at the hall.

Squelch anti-union voices by getting louder!

Why are some politicians so misinformed about unions? We’ll never know, but unfortunately they’re not some irrelevant crew we can write off. One of them could be running the country in January.

Anti-union voices are growing stronger and we’ve got to do something about it. The best way to match those voices is to use our own – by casting ballots on Nov. 6.

We’ve got to get out there and vote – every single one of us. We’ve got to show those politicians that we mean business, that our votes matter and that we’re a major force in America today.

So click here to register today and remember to vote on Nov. 6!

In Solidarity,

Buzz Murphy
Business Manager

Shaping Our Future

Ironworkers Local 75’s political involvement is critical to ensure that labor-friendly candidates are elected to public office. Every year, new campaigns and elections are held at the local, state and federal level – giving you, as Local 75 members and Arizonans, the opportunity to get politically involved and take action that will benefit our families and our trade.

We have a unique opportunity through community involvement and political volunteerism to make a difference in WHO is making the decisions that affect us. Do you care about:

  • Access to the best jobs and wages that our trade has to offer?
  • A safe workplace?
  • The rising cost of fuel?
  • The increase in home foreclosures?
  • Availability of quality health care?
  • Quality education for your children and grandchildren?

Then join us in supporting and putting our boots on the ground for federal, state and local candidates that share our views and priorities! Get involved TODAY and by all means, VOTE!

Get to know the people who represent you

Whether or not you voted for them, they are representing us at various levels of government. The more we know, the better we can choose candidates who will support our interests.

U.S. Senate:
U.S. House of Representatives
State Government:
City Government:

Key legislation that can affect your future

Here are some important issues our leaders are considering that will affect US. Stay informed.

March 4, 2011 – Legislative Update: Exclusion of BTC-supported local jobs amendments snubs out-of-work Arizonans

Feb. 15, 2011 – Call to Action: Tell the Arizona Legislature to Protect Arizona Jobs!

February 2011 News Update: Arizona Building Trades secures compromise to protect AZ workers

January 2011 News Update: AGC uses scare tactics at the State Capitol to discourage use of local labor


Other resources

Arizona State Building and Construction Trades Council

Arizona’s AFL-CIO

 

 

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Ironworkers Local Union No. 75
950 E. Elwood St.
Phoenix, AZ 85040
602-268-1449 Ext. 10

Business Office Hours:
7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Monday through Friday

Dispatching Hours:
7 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.
Monday through Friday
602-268-1449 Ext. 12

Ironworkers Local 75 Apprenticeship Office
330 E. Maricopa Freeway
Phoenix, AZ 85004
602-276-6055 or 602-268-2439

Apprenticeship Office Hours:
8 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Monday through Friday


Apprenticeship applications are accepted from:
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Monday through Friday (Phoenix), or by appointment (Tucson)


Ironworkers Local Union No. 75 Tucson
1910 N. 15th Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85705
520-624-5553

Ironworkers Local No. 75 Window Rock Subhall
928-815-0087

Health & Welfare Administrative Office California Field Ironworkers Trust Fund
131 N. El Molino Ave., Suite 330
Pasadena, CA 91101
1-800-527-4613

California Trust Fund Website www.ironworkerbenny.com
For questions concerning health & welfare, pension, annuity, vacation, etc., please write or call the Administrative office above or visit our Benefits & Pension page.

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