Sonoma County COPE

New Sonoma County COPE Officers

Elections for the Sonoma County COPE where held during the March 2, 2017 meeting. Omar A. Medina was re-elected as Chair; Joel Evans-Fudem was re-elected as Vice-Chair; and Michael Stanford was elected as Secretary. Did you like this? Share it:

GOTV Volunteer Opportunities

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.

Local Sonoma County Endorsements for 2016 General Election

At the September 1st, 2016 meeting of the Sonoma County COPE (Committee on Political Education) the final endorsements were made for select Sonoma County Candidates and Ballot Measures. The COPE held three (3) measure and candidate forums in August that …

School Boards Candidates Forum

SEIU Local 1021 members of all Sonoma County Chapters are invited to attend our School Boards Candidates Forum. Your COPE has invited candidates running for the Santa Rosa Junior College, Santa Rosa City Schools, and Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified School district Boards. …

City Council Candidates Forum

SEIU Local 1021 members of all Sonoma County Chapters are invited to attend our City Council Candidates Forum. Your COPE has invited candidates running for both Santa Rosa and Petaluma city councils. This is your opportunity to listen to what …

A County Worker’s View on Pensions

Read this Close to Home piece on pensions by SEIU Local 1021 member Marion Chase, published in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat. Marion is an Eligibility Worker with the County of Sonoma chapter. Read article –> Did you like this? Share …

Labor Walk & Unity BBQ

Join your fellow union workers on Saturday, August 13, 2016 to kick-off the general election campaign with a Precinct Walk in the 5th District to help elect Noreen Evans as our next County Supervisor! Meet at 9:30am at the SEIU …

Courts Pizza Party!

The Sonoma County Court employees, our SEIU 1021 brothers and sisters, are in bargaining! There will be a Court Pizza Party on Thursday, July 7th in the courthouse patio from 11:45am to 1:15pm Wear your purple and come on out …

July meeting change for Sonoma County COPE

Due to the 4th of July holiday, the July meeting of Sonoma County COPE will take place on Thursday, July 7th, 2016 at 6pm at the Santa Rosa office (600 B Street, Santa Rosa, CA). Did you like this? Share …

Sonoma County Negotiating Committee Election Results

SEIU 1021 Sonoma County members have kicked off our 2015 Contract Campaign by electing the following members to our Negotiating Team.  Elections were held from Monday, April 20th to Friday, April 24th. Here are your 2015 Negotiating Team representatives: Clerical …

Local 1021 members: “We can’t believe the county’s hype”

In their first show of strength, SEIU Local 1021 members in the County of Solano gathered county-wide as part of the first major action as part of the “Reinvest in Solano” campaign. More than 350 workers in three locations received …

Sonoma County members set strike date

  SEIU Local 1021 members in Sonoma County, demanding that administrators negotiate in good faith, will strike February 28 as management refuses to come to the bargaining table with a no-concessions contract. “Management can’t figure out a way to get …

Local 1021 Endorsements

Local 1021 has announced its November election endorsements, and topping the list are the fights to pass Proposition 30 and defeat Proposition 32, plus two board of supervisors races that could tip the balance of power in two of our …

SOS: Save Our Schools (and everything else)!

Overcrowded classrooms, laid-off teachers, overstretched police and public safety services. After four years of deep cuts, the Golden State has lost its shine. The all-cuts approach hasn’t worked, and regular, working people and their families (your families!) are paying the …