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AFSCME is 50,000 Stronger

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by Olivia Sandbothe | March 20, 2014

When the going gets tough, AFSCME gets organized. And in the throes of the right wing’s relentless attacks on labor and public service workers, we are organizing like never before with a campaign to grow the union by 50,000 members this summer.

To accomplish this goal, the union is recruiting and will train 800 volunteer member organizers (VMOs) from across the country. The 50,000 new members will come from the ranks of their co-workers who are not now union members.

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