The CWA Political Action Fund (PAF) is a non-partisan political action committee that fights for workers' political power. It is your chance to have your voice - and the issues you care about - heard at the local, state and national levels of government. Voluntary contributions to the fund go toward policies and candidates that defend workers' rights.
Defeating Right-to-Work (for Less)
Defeated right-to-work in Colorado, Missouri and West Virginia.
Fighting Bad Trade Deals
Delayed passage of Fast Track for the bad TPP trade deal by driving an international coalition to expose anti-worker lies told by politicians and corporate lobbyists. We are now engaged in a fight to kill the deal for good and save more American jobs.
Right to Work (for Less)
We are currently fighting against corporate attempts to push right-to-work (for less) legislation and anti-worker efforts in states like Illinois, Missouri and West Virginia where corporate-backed governors have launched an all-out-assault on worker unions.
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Members who contribute $52 a year or more receive a special thank you gift.
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