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Join the Fight - CWA Political Action Fund (PAF)

 

WHAT IS COPE.... COPE STANDS FOR COMMITTEE ON POLITICAL EDUCATION

COPE IS A NON-PARTISAN POLITICAL ACTION COMMITTEE AND CWA'S MAIN AVENUE TO LEGISLATIVE JUSTICE.

Consider signing up for $1 a week!! Download Form Here! 

 

Member Incentives:

Download a CWA COPE CARD HERE or see a Union Steward for more information! All cards must be turned in to your Steward, Chief Steward or directly to our office. They can be contacted at 414-258-4010 or you can send in a fax to 414-258-8542.

One way to contribute to CWA's COPE Fund is through payroll deduction. By signing a CWA-COPE Check-Off authorization card, you can authorize any amount you wish to be deducted from your paycheck each pay period.

The fund is used to make contributions to candidates' campaigns that support working people and their families' issues.

We support candidates for public office at the local. state, and federal levels of government.

Running for public office is expensive, and politicians who are friends of labor need our help in order to get elected.

Corporations and big businesses pour millions of dollars into political campaigns. CWA-COPE is OUR voice in the political arena.

CWA's goal is for each member to pledge $1.00 a week to COPE. So if you're not contributing today please consider.

Every little bit helps in our effort to elect the candidates who will fight for the rights of working people. JUST REMEMBER: The most important thing is to just give as much as you can!

"Contributions or gifts to CWA-COPE PCC are not deductible as charitable contributions for Federal income tax purposes"

 

 

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OUR Side?

 

 

Find out where your representative and senators stand on: 

  • Minimum wage increase.
  • Sending jobs overseas.
  • Social Security privatization.
  • Tax breaks for the wealthy and budget cuts for working families.

 

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Residents of Wisconsin are represented in Congress by 2 Senators and 8 Representatives.
Member Name DC Phone DC FAX Contact Form
Senator Tammy Baldwin (D- WI) 202-224-5653 202-224-9787 http://baldwin.senate.gov/contact.cfm
Senator Ron Johnson (R- WI) 202-224-5323 202-228-6965 http://ronjohnson.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/email-t …
Representative Paul Ryan (R - 01) 202-225-3031 202-225-3393 https://paulryanforms.house.gov/Contact/Email.htm
Representative Mark Pocan (D - 02) 202-225-2906 202-225-6942 https://pocan.house.gov/
Representative Ron Kind (D - 03) 202-225-5506 202-225-5739 http://www.kind.house.gov/index.cfm?sectionid=146&sec …
Representative Gwen Moore (D - 04) 202-225-4572 202-225-8135 https://forms.house.gov/moore/webforms/issue_subscrib …
Representative F. James (Jim) Sensenbrenner, Jr. (R - 05) 202-225-5101 202-225-3190 http://sensenbrenner.house.gov/email_zip.htm
Representative Glen Grothman (R - 06) 202-225-2476 202-225-2356 https://grothman.house.gov/contact-me/email-me
Representative Sean Duffy (R - 07) 202-225-3365 202-225-3240 https://duffy.house.gov/contact-me/email-me
Representative Reid Ribble (R - 08) 202-225-5665 202-225-5729 https://ribble.house.gov/contact-me/email-me

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LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION

Below is a quick reference guide for the 2011-2012 Wisconsin State Senate and Assembly, which includes each member's address, office location, phone number and committee assignments.
To access the guide choose one of following two buttons. 

Wisconsin State Senate Wisconsin State Assembly

Wisconsin Legislative Hotline (to contact your legislator or identify your district)
Outside Madison, call 1-800-362-9472 in the Madison area, call 266-9960

The Wisconsin Legislature State Senators and Representatives Web Pages including E-mail addresses. Bill tracking, Legislative Information, Statutes & Constitution, Support Agencies, General Information and Legislative Links.

State of Wisconsin  State of Wisconsin Legislative Services, Lobbying Regulation, Officers, Commissions/Departments and their web sites..

VOTING RECORDS

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Contact information for your U.S. Senators:

Senator Herb Kohl
www.senate.gov/~kohl
310 Wisconsin Ave, Ste 950
Milwaukee, WI 53203
414-297-4451
Washington, D.C. Office


Senator Ron Johnson
www.senate.gov/~johnson
517 E. Wisconsin Ave, Rm 408
Milwaukee, WI 53202
414-276-7282
Washington, D.C. Office
202-224-1280