Marc Elrich for Montgomery County Executive

Marc Elrich for Montgomery County Executive

After years of leading many fights for working families—including passage of a $15/hour minimum wage—Montgomery County Councilman Marc Elrich more than earned Local 400’s enthusiastic recommendation in his campaign for Montgomery County Executive. Local 400’s support...
West Virginia 2018 Voter Guide

West Virginia 2018 Voter Guide

  West Virginia’s general election is on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. We must vote to change our current legislative leadership’s war on working families which has stifled workers’ voices, lowered wages, and made workplaces less safe. It is vital that you...
Why We Support Ben Jealous for Governor of Maryland

Why We Support Ben Jealous for Governor of Maryland

Local 400 Strongly Recommends Progressive Champion Local 400 members living in Maryland would benefit greatly if they help elect Ben Jealous (D) their next governor, because he will fight for a $15 minimum wage, debt-free college tuition, bottom-up economic growth,...
Most Candidates Backed by Local 400 Win Maryland Primary Elections

Most Candidates Backed by Local 400 Win Maryland Primary Elections

Jealous Receives Nomination for Governor Elrich Narrowly Leads Montgomery Executive Race Candidates backed by Local 400 won more than they lost in the 2018 Maryland primaries, with a huge victory in the nomination of former NAACP President Ben Jealous for governor....
Maryland Elections: Local 400 Recommends These Candidates

Maryland Elections: Local 400 Recommends These Candidates

Tuesday, June 26 is election day in Maryland. Make a plan to vote! As your union, we have endorsed the following list of candidates because of their track record of fighting for economic and social justice. They have committed to passing a $15 minimum wage and...
May 8: Cast Your Vote in West Virginia Primary Election

May 8: Cast Your Vote in West Virginia Primary Election

On Tuesday, May 8, 2018, West Virginians will vote in an important statewide primary election. We must vote to change our current legislative leadership’s war on working families which has stifled workers’ voices, lowered wages, and made workplaces less safe. It is...