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Tuesday, April 4th

It’s time to Get Out The Vote for

Judge Janet Protasiewicz for State Supreme Court!


We can win back the State of Wisconsin!


Madison Labor Temple

1602 S. Park Street, Room 226


Wednesday through Friday 10am - 8pm


GOTV Grill-out: Saturday, 10 am – 8 pm


GOTV Sunday 12pm - 8pm

GOTV Monday 10am – 8pm


GOTV Tuesday 10am – 8pm

(April 4th is Election Day!)


  • Pick up your FREE Judge Janet yard signs at the Madison Labor Temple!


  • You can register to vote in person on Election Day.  Just bring a Wisconsin photo ID or Drivers License to the polls when you go vote.

The New Yorker published an article Dan Kaufman wrote about the upcoming Wisconsin Supreme Court election.

"After twelve years of reporting on the politics of my home state, I believe this is the most important race I've written about. The implications for Wisconsin's democracy—and the entire country's—are enormous."

Know your rights to form and join a Union

Most private sector workers have the right to form and join a Union. New resources on the US Dept of Labor website educates workers about their rights and protections.

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YOU can Support Workers UNIONIZING at Madison Sourdough by stopping at the store and letting workers know you stand in Solidarity with them!  Stop by anytime during store hours, open 8am - 3pm, every day of the week. 

We will also be rallying in support of the workers on Monday, April 3!

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On Tuesday, March 14, OPEIU 39 Chief Steward and CUNA Mutual Group employee Joe Evica was informed that he had been put on paid suspension pending an investigation into “disclosure of company information”. The message is clear: this is retaliation for Joe’s union activity, his role as a leader on the bargaining committee and in the union, and his effectiveness at organizing a collective response to management’s bad faith bargaining tactics.

Management needs to drop this investigation immediately and let Joe get back to work. CMG management has been deliberately evasive about what Joe has supposedly done wrong, while they have retained the services of notorious anti-union firm Ogletree Deakins. Go to the link here: HANDS OFF JOE! FAIR CONTRACT NOW!


Worker Justice Wisconsin will be hosting our annual Faith Labor Breakfast on May 4th from 8-10am at Christ Presbyterian Church in Madison.

It is a time for labor and faith communities to gather and share our collective passion for worker justice. We'll serve homemade tamales and baked goods from Just Bakery, have a guest speaker, and talk about the organizing efforts we are moving forward with the partnership of area unions.

Get Tickets Here


31st Annual National Association of Letter Carriers’ (NALC) Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive


On May 13, letter carriers across the country will pick up donations for the largest annual single-day food drive in the United States.


For the actual Stamp Out Hunger Drive on May 13, anyone can make a tax-deductible food donation, and the collected food items will be distributed to more than 10,000 food agencies across the country. NALC’s website for the campaign contains more information and useful links for organizers, partners, sponsors and working people.

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SCFL 2023-24 Scholarship

Deadline June 23, 2023


Members and children of members who belong to any SCFL affiliated union, live or work in one of eleven counties, have not yet received a post-secondary degree, and have not previously been awarded a SCFL scholarship are eligible to apply.  SCFL awards four $1000 scholarships, by lottery drawing from amongst the eligible applicants.  The application deadline is Friday, June 23, 2023. The Scholarship Committee will conduct a lottery drawing of the qualified applicants by July 10, 2023.In addition, for members or children of members who live or work in Dodge County, we are offering two additional $500 scholarships. Applicants should fill out the online application. If an applicant does not have access to the internet, the application can be sent by mail to: SCFL, 1602 S. Park Street, #228, Madison, WI 53715.

Scholarship Rules and Application

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The Voice of Working Families in South Central Wisconsin

Published semi-monthly by the South Central Federation of Labor. Subscription is just $10/yr. Subscribe or renew here.

See a few of our recent articles below.

Bad Faith with the Red Cross

AFSCME Wisconsin filed a charge with the National Labor Relations Board, accusing the American Red Cross of bargaining in bad faith.  Read more

Fighting the Big Lie By Matt Rothschild

On the afternoon of June 15, there was a great protest on Sherman Avenue in Madison, right outside Kavanaugh’s Esquire Club, where members of the Republican National Committee and officials of the Wisconsin Republican Party were launching their nine-city “election integrity” tour.  Read more


Get Your Proud Union Home yard sign!

For only $10 you can get your Union-made (right here in Wisconsin) sign by contacting us at:

Email for a time to pick your sign up. 

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