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The primary in the special election for the Plymouth and Barnstable Senate District is set for March 3, 2020, and the General Election will be held March 31, 2020. The Massachusetts AFL-CIO and IAM Local 264 has proudly endorsed IUEC Local 4 member, John Mahoney. In addition to being a dedicated trade unionist, John Mahoney has a proven record of serving his community as a 4 term member of the Plymouth Board of Selectmen. For more information on John Mahoney, click here.
John will be a champion for working people at the State House. In order to get there John needs our help. The AFL-CIO will be holding a Labor Walk every week through Primary Day, March 3rd. All labor walks will be launching from the John Mahoney Campaign Headquarters: 6 Main Street Extension, Suite 604 in Plymouth.
Join us this week and at one of the following events:
Thursday January 30th at 3pm (RSVP here)
Saturday February 8th at 9:30am (RSVP here)
Thursday February 13th at 3pm (RSVP here)
Saturday February 22nd at 9:30am (RSVP here)
Thursday February 27th at 3pm (RSVP here)
Saturday February 29th at 9:30am (RSVP here)
Sunday March 1st at 9:30am (RSVP here)
Monday March 2nd All Day
Tuesday March 3rd Primary Day All Day
Available 264 members are asked to be at the MBTA Quincy Bus Garage at 11am this Sunday, February 2nd.
Mass State Council of Machinists endorsed candidate Congressman Joe Kennedy III will be touring the facility and speaking out against the outsourcing of 60 MBTA buses.
The garage is located at 954 Hancock St, Quincy
T-Shirts will be available at the September monthly meeting for $20. If you are unable to attend please contact your steward or the union office. Help find a cure!