The Committee on Political Education (COPE) is made up of SEIU members, staff and retirees who contribute monthly to ensure that we have the political power to protect our hard-earned political and legislative victories that improve public services and the lives of working families.
We know that who we elect and what they do when they are in office determines much in our everyday lives: from our livelihoods to our health and safety. We know when we speak with one voice about what working people need, our elected officials listen.
Unionize mechanics at a Vallejo amusement park are in need of help from SEIU Local 1021 members as employees push to end anti-union movements by management and get a new contract. Mechanics at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom have been locked …
Elections are important at the national and local level. Take part in Get Out the Vote programs near you to encourage voter turnout and to inform voters of the importance of electing pro-worker candidates.