AFSCME Wisconsin’s PEOPLE Committee, which is responsible for the union’s political activities, is excited to announce their endorsement of Tony Evers for Governor of Wi

No politician running for office today would openly advocate for more wealth inequality in our country, where the richest 1 percent of the population owns 40 percent of the wealth. Even candidate Donald Trump in 2016 promised to stand up for the “forgotten men and women of our country,” who feel betrayed by a rigged economic system that benefits a small minority at their expense. Yet every single day, President Trump and congressional leaders seem determined to do more to increase wealth inequality than to alleviate it; do more for corporations and the wealthy than for single parents working two or three jobs to make ends meet.

To Fix Wisconsin, Walker Must Go

August 27, 2018


SUBJECT: Walker Takes 301 Flights Near WI Prisons, But Makes Zero Visits

AFSCME is disgusted by Scott Walker’s unwillingness to visit state employees who work in our Correctional Facilities. In early August, Walker stated there was “No Value” in visiting state prisons.

Like others around the world, I mourned the death last week of Aretha Franklin. The Queen of Soul set a new standard for enduring classic songs with both artistic and political impact, like her mega-hit “Respect,” which became an anthem for both the civil rights and women’s movements.

And that song is on my mind as we embark on a week of action dedicated to shining light on the stakes for women in the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.


SUBJECT: AFSCME Opens New Office In WEAC Building! 

Wisconsin AFSCME is excited to announce the opening of our new office space in the WEAC Building in Madison!

New AFSCME Headquarters:

33 Nob Hill Rd (2nd floor)

Madison, WI 53713

The move will put AFSCME closer to our members and elected officials at the Capitol as well as provide great facilities for our members.

Our phone number (608-826-1932) and website will remain the same.

Senate Hearing on Paid Family Leave          


July 11, 2018, 3:00PM ET 

215 Dirksen Senate Office Building  


The Janus case was an attempt to deliver a knockout blow to millions of working people and their families who looked to the Supreme Court as an independent institution that advances equal rights and fundamental freedoms for all.

Brothers & Sisters,

Today, the Supreme Court of the United States, has ruled against working people in a case titled Janus vs. AFSCME.

What Does This Case Ruling Mean?

This court case creates National Right To Work For Less in the public sector. Since we are already a Right To Work For Less state in Wisconsin, this case will have no impact here.

So, Why Are You E-mailing Me About This?

When he first took a job at the Centralia Correctional Center in Illinois, Keith Kracht knew that a career in public service wouldn’t make him a millionaire. But then again, that’s not why he went into public service.