Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE)

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Amidst a renewed movement for racial justice, a global pandemic, and a recession, workers across the country are seeing the benefit of unions more clearly than ever. Conversations with members from across Eastern Washington about these crises show a diversity of opinion on where WFSE can focus its resources to make the greatest impact.
Washington state faces an economic catastrophe of unprecedented scale. Without action, public sector workers like us — the very people who have risked their lives to get us through this pandemic — will be forced to pay the price with cuts to the vital services we provide Washingtonians, cuts to our benefits, and permanent layoffs. This campaign is about choosing a better path forward: putting working People First and asking the super wealthy to pay their fair share.

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Sarah Reyneveld is a WFSE member, a working mother of two, an assistant attorney general, and a candidate for State Representative in Washington’s 36th District.

No other workforce has more at stake in the decisions made by elected officials.

Unions have long been a source of strength for working families when times are tough—and times are tough now.

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