Maine State Senator Troy Jackson

Maine State Senate, District 1
Troy is the Democratic minority leader in Maine’s state Senate and a proud member of IUPAT District Council 35.

A logger by trade, he is a consistent and vocal advocate for workers’ rights, including protections from unfair international competition and the freedom to join a union. He fights for tax fairness, accessible healthcare and public education.

He’s proudly challenged powerful leaders and wealthy special interests, taking on Big Pharma and Republican Gov. Paul LePage.
Troy has received a perfect 100 percent rating from the Maine AFL-CIO.


Democratic candidate Allen Foley

Candidate for New York State Assembly, District 15

Allen became a member of the New York Glaziers Local 1087 in 2008 and served as a trustee of the local. He completed a four-year apprenticeship and was a glazier for nine years, including at the World Trade Center. He has held numerous leadership positions with labor organizations, including as a member of the AFL-CIO New York City Central Labor Council. Allen has worked with District Council 9 for many years, including most recently as an organizer.

With Allen’s background on job sites and as an advocate for improved workplace conditions, he would be an essential member of the Assembly.

“Strong unions mean a stronger middle class. We have seen an unprecedented attack on the labor movement and workers’ rights with the Supreme Court’s recent Janus case decision,” Allen says.

“I know that the needs of Long Islanders and the American Dream are interchangeable: a living wage, affordable housing, equal access to education and more importantly, opportunity.”

Allen has been endorsed by the New York AFL-CIO


David Bland

Candidate for West Virginia House of Delegates, 8th District
David is a proud member and organizer with IUPAT District Council 53. He’s also vice president of the Parkersburg/Marietta Building Trades and a trustee for the Parkersburg Area Labor Council.
He’s proud to have the support of leading labor unions, including IUPAT, West Virginia AFL-CIO, And IBEW Local 141. He says he wants to put West Virginia on track by bringing back the middle class and stopping the attacks on West Virginia workers.
David says he will “fight for good, quality jobs and wages for our workers and will fight for what’s right.”

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