AFSCME PEOPLE is excited to release its endorsement list for the 2019 Spring Primary, taking place this Tuesday, February 19th, 2019. This Spring, dozens of great labor champions are running

AFSCME Council 32 is excited to announce the 36th Annual Jim Boyd Memorial Scholarship Bowling Tournament!

LAS VEGAS — More than 160 AFSCME members gathered in Las Vegas last week to lift up the voice of public service workers and move our union forward.  

Executive Director Rick Badger was interviewed by WORT on the troubled management of the King Home for Veterans. 

Check out the full interview:

AFSCME Wisconsin shares the concerns of Democratic lawmakers regarding the UW Merger Proposal. Especially concerning to our members is the lack of consultation with staff regarding potential massive system changes.

We stand with lawmakers seeking details on this issue.

We are ready, willing and able to participate in discussions regarding how to best address the UW Board of Regents concerns that prompted this merger proposal in a way that will protect the rights of UW Staff.

Wednesday, October 25, 2017


SUBJECT: Lincoln Hills Interim Superintendent Will Have A Hard Time Solving Underlying Issues

Scott Walker reacted to the chaos at Lincoln Hills School For Boys by calling for the appointment of an interim superintendent for both Lincoln Hills School For Boys and Copper Lake School For Girls.

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.