To loosen the hold corporate money has on our country, we must build worker power, and to do that, we need the For the People Act.
The ability to vote and to have a voice are critical to the health of our democracy.
CWA issued a statement on Wednesday calling for corporations to demand refunds from and cease contributions to the Republican Attorneys General Association, which played a key role in promoting last week's riots.
Georgia is holding a runoff election for two U.S. Senate seats.
We have a real shot at making historic progress at strengthening our democracy by getting the For The People Act signed into law.
CWA collaborated with the AFL-CIO to launch "Labor Women Get Out the Vote," a phone- and textbanking initiative during the final weeks of the 2020 elections.
COVID-19 is causing poll worker shortages in some states, which may result in poll closures and longer lines.
The goal of the campaign is to provide clear, accurate information about voting to the American people.
NowThis has produced a video featuring veterans who want a safe way to vote in November.
Today marks the 55th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act being signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson.
We must honor the distinguished memory of Congressman John Lewis and the values he fought so bravely for by making sure that our country has safe and accessible elections in 2020.
CWA's political activists have been engaging in an intensive series of Zoom video trainings to gear up for the November elections!
Leading up to Georgia's June 9th primary, CWA retirees went into high gear to phonebank, knowing the high stakes in this year's elections for retirees and working people.
While COVID-19 cases continue to rise in states across the country, too many states lack the resources to ensure safe and accessible voting this fall.
CWAers from Alabama and Georgia joined the Poor People's Campaign Tour in Alabama to fight against inequality last weekend.
A year ago, the U.S. House passed the For the People Act, sponsored by Representative John Sarbanes (D-Md.).
CWA members held watch parties across the country for the Democratic presidential primary debate last week to learn where the candidates stand on the issues.
CWA human rights activists who attended the Poor People's Campaign: Moral Action Congress in June are working hard within their communities to engage CWAers in the fight for social and economic justice!
CWA signed an open letter sent this week to all 2020 presidential candidates urging them to make comprehensive democracy reform a centerpiece of their campaign platforms.
At the CWA District 6 conference in St. Louis this week, CWA President Chris Shelton urged members and activists to stay focused on moving our agenda for working families forward.
Across CWA District 3, CWA members are gaining valuable new skills to deploy in political and legislative fights to build worker power!
CWA members from across the country this week attended the We the People membership summit of progressive organizations focusing on strategies to fight back against attacks on our democracy.
CWA members made thousands of calls to their representatives in Congress, and their efforts paid off when Congress passed the For the People Act.
The For the People Act contains reforms essential to fixing our political system, including voting rights, money-in-politics, redistricting, and government ethics reforms.