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Thursday June 4th vote YES for the Union
901 Market St near 5th @NLRB office 4th floor
11:30am- 1:00pm & 2:45pm – 4:30pm
97+% of your coworkers signed a union card, now you have a chance to vote.
- The vote will be a secret ballot, your name will not be attached.
- The only person to handle your ballot will be you, and a Board Agent from the National Labor Relations Board.
- The employer is not allowed to pressure or threaten you.
- When the voting is finished, you will have a ‘say’ on who you want to be on the union team to bargain the first contract, and what the priorities are for you and your coworkers.
For information contact: OPEIU Local 3 ♦ 415-647-7776 x12 or ♦ firstname.lastname@example.org
Hear Robert Reich explain why and how we need to strengthen labor unions.
ASK THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS TO KEEP THEIR PROMISE TO DELIVER THE NEEDED $3.4 MILLION FUNDING FOR NONPROFITS
The supplemental to fund a .75% CODB allocation to nonprofits will be heard before the Board Tuesday, March 3rd, Board of Supervisors’ Meeting at 2 pm
WE NEED AT LEAST 6 VOTES FOR THE SUPPLEMENTAL TO PASS AND 8 TO BE VETO PROOF
Call or Email these Board Members and ask for their support:
Supervisor Norman Yee
(415) 554-6516 – voice
Supervisor Julie Christensen
(415) 554-7450 – voice
Supervisor London Breed
(415) 554-7630 – voice
Supervisor Malia Cohen
(415) 554-7670 – voice
Suggested Sample Call or Email:
Supervisor __________________, my name is ________, and I work at ______ , a city funded nonprofit. Nonprofit organizations—and their employees—serve San Francisco’s most vulnerable populations. We’ve have been hit hard by years of flat funding and small wage increases, and skyrocketing costs. San Francisco has the fastest growing economy and the highest income inequality in the country. You can fight inequality by providing some relief to nonprofit workers and the clients they serve. Approve the .75% CODB supplemental and show that you care about all of San Francisco’s residents.