AFSCME supports a proposal in Congress to ease the financial burden on child care professionals who provide meals and snacks.

Monday, October 23, 2017 



It has been an alarming few weeks at Lincoln Hills with the headlines to match. Between the assault on Pandora Lobacz, the revelation of an attempted murder of a staff member and an investigatory team being disbanded because they “found too much” – Lincoln Hills has been on the cover of newspapers across the state. 

Attacks On Staff Continue At Lincoln Hills

Last week, Pandora Lobacz, a teacher at Lincoln Hills School for Boys was attacked by an inmate at Lincoln Hills. During her class, the inmate, who has been involved in prior staff assaults, became agitated and took control of her classroom. After calling security and receiving a busy signal, Pandora was confronted by the inmate who punched her in the face and knocked her out.

AFSCME Wisconsin is matching member contributions to Puerto Rico! In an effort to support our brothers and sisters affected by Hurricane Maria, AFSCME Wisconsin is matching the first $500 in member contributions to the AFSCME Fallen Heroes Fund. 


AFSCME Wisconsin Dental Insurance Enrollment Is Open From Oct 1, 2017 Through Nov 15, 2017.

You must be a dues paying member of Council 32 to enroll in our Union Sponsored Dental Plan. 

If you are not a dues paying member, please click HERE to join

Check out the PDF below to review Delta Dental Plans, premiums, benefits and to print enrollment and payment authorization form.

AFSCME Wisconsin Legislative Report

Friday, October 6, 2017 

Wisconsin “gerrymandering” case now before the US Supreme Court

A case that has the potential to bring about more fairness in legislative elections  in Wisconsin and across the nation is now being heard by the US Supreme Court.  

Excellent news has been announced today regarding the new Dane County Parental Leave Benefit.  In recent months our locals (2634, 1871, 720, 705 and 65) have discussed and requested a new paid leave benefit to help employees with new parental responsibilities. 

Today, we joined Executive Parisi and Dane County Board members in celebrating the public announcement that the requested benefit will be added to the 2018 Dane County Budget and will be included in our 2018 benefit package.

August 17, 2017


Brothers and Sisters,

During the last few months, there have been many conversations about Council 32’s shift from a “service mindset” to an “organizing mindset.” At the last Executive Board meeting, the Board voted to begin rapidly shifting to an organizing mindset. 

This change to an organizing mindset is overdue and necessary if we are going to be an effective and sustainable organization.

Monday, August 28, 2017


SUBJECT: Employees In Department Of Children & Families Win Back Pay

AFSCME Members in the Department of Children and Families won a major victory this month with several union members receiving earned overtime pay that their employer attempted to deny them.