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@media only screen and (max-width: 730px){ .pdfview{height:500px !important} A limited number of free tickets are available for AFSCME Local 2401.  Please sign up at  First come, first served! If you have any questions, please contact

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Please see the report below on the Local 2401 election for delegates to the 2022 AFSCME Convention, taking place in Philadelphia July 10-15.  Congratulations to all the delegates and alternates!  @media only screen and (max-width: 730px){ .pdfview{height:500px .

Don't miss your chance to speak truth to power! Simply take a pic of you, your coworkers, friends, family....anybody that wants, or would be affected by, expanded telework. You can make your own sign or download the pre-made signs below. We won't give up until we get what we deserve! 

You can download them directly to our Facebook page here, send them to your shop steward, or email them to

BONUS CONTEST!  A $50 gift card to the one who writes the BEST do-it-yourself sign (We need Telework because...)   (APPLIES TO MEMBERS ONLY, SORRY)

Members-apply now for college scholarships for you and your family. AFSCME District Council 20 will be giving away five $1000 scholarships and two $2500 scholarships. Don't miss out on free $$ for college!  Get your scholarship packages in by MAY 31,  Details and applications for both scholarships are below. 

AFSCME Local 2401 members and community groups showed up and showed out on April 6 as District workers spoke truth to power and put DCHR, Mayor Bowswer, and the District Council on notice that we need and demand expanded telework options. It was a good turnout for a first rally, with over 70 people signing in as they arrived.


To support Judge Ketanji Brown-Jackson for Supreme Court Justice, AFSCME is showing support for her by wearing GREEN on Monday, April 4. 

You've no doubt seen or heard of the disgusting display by a few Senators during Brown-Jackson's confirmation hearings. Let's show Judge Brown-Jackson and the country that we support her nomination as a Justice who will stand with labor!  Here's an article about a labor case she ruled on recently:

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