FSALC Mission Statement
To accomplish the goals of the National NALC, as set forth in the National Constitution and to enforce the State Bylaws. Make the internal workings of the FSALC’s Transparent and Accountable to the membership. Through Education and Training, make the State first in the nation Legislatively, and in all other aspects of UNIONISM. Together the membership will prevail…The Struggle Continues.
Important Message !!!
Dear Brothers and Sisters,
With only a few months to go before the first absentee ballot is mailed in the primary election it’s time to take note !
You may have read stories about the purging of voters from the rolls. You could be one of them. Mistakes do happen. There are 3 things we need to do for ourselves and our families before it is too late:
- Verify that your registration status is active and you are able to vote.
- Register to vote or have your family members register to vote. It is also important to update your signature if you have not done so in the past few years. This is very important.
- Request a ballot to be mailed to your home so you have ample time to fill it out and research candidates and information.
Please make sure you discuss this with your family members and have them verify their registration status, register to vote and request to vote by mail/absentee ballot. We will need a large turnout of our union members and also our family and friends to help keep labor fighting for working families in Florida.
Remember, the sooner you find a mistake in your voter registration the sooner it can be fixed. Please use the easy links below to verify and update your Voter Registration Status and also request a Vote by mail/Absentee Ballot. These requests are only good for 2 General Election cycles and do not automatically renew.
Thank you for your participation.
How to verify your registration status:
You can check your status here: http://registration.elections.myflorida.com/CheckVoterStatus
(When you check your Registration status at the above link there is also a link to check your Absentee Ballot Status as well.)
Important Message !
S. 1486 clears Senate committee, 9 to 1:
On Feb. 6, the Senate committee with Postal Service oversight, the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, finished its mark-up of the modified Carper-Coburn postal bill, S. 1486, and approved the measure by a vote of 9 to 1. “Unnecessary and damaging attacks on the Postal Service’s vital networks and its employees—such as those unfortunately included in S. 1486—would only send the USPS on a downward trajectory,” NALC President Fredric Rolando said.
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