Last week, Council 93 President Charlie Owen, Executive Board Member Kelly Abreu, and Local 24 President Mary O’Brien traveled to San Antonio, TX with AFSCME Volunteer Member Organizers (VMOs) from

For Vermont Lieutenant Governor, the Council 93 Executive Board voted in early June, 2022 to endorse David Zuckerman. David formerly held the position of Lt.

In an astonishingly dishonest turn of events, the Maine Republican Party has targeted Senate President Troy Jackson (D-Allagash) by posting lawn signs falsely linking him to the “Defund the Police”

After more than a year of intense negotiations, the Alliance- AFSCME-SEIU Local 888 Unit 2 has come to an agreement with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on a new 3-year contract from July 1st, 2020 to June 30th, 2023.

Ratification will take place on

Tuesday, July 27th

(See locations and times below)

On July 21st,  the Joint Committee on Public Service will be holding hearings on H2808 and 

The COVID-19 Pension Credit Hearing has been rescheduled to July 21st at 1pm! The public has until 7/16 to register to testify in person and 7/28 to submit written testimony.

Here are the details:

Welcome to Council 93!

Last week, after a 68% to 32% NLRB election victory, 145 Research and Laboratory Assistants at McLean Hospital in Belmont, MA are now proud union members with AFSCME Council 93. 

In honor of EMS Week, we wanted to highlight some of the work that AFSCME Local 4911 members have been doing in New Hampshire to help in the COVID-19 fight. EMS workers have been on the the front of the front lines in the fight against COVID-19 since day one. They put themselves and their families at risk to treat our families and keep our communities safe. They are front line heroes who deserve our gratitude for their hardwork and dedication. 

The Government Pension Offset (GPO) and the Windfall Elimination Provision (WEP) to Social Security are a threat to all working people and are completely unacceptable.

The GPO and WEP wrongfully strip hard-working people of the full Social Security benefits they earned and paid for, simply because they are also entitled to a public pension benefit.

If politicians are willing to cut the hard-earned Social Security benefits of some public service retirees, they'll do it to others too.