Council 3 Updates

For nearly 10 years, AFSCME Local 1459 Vice President Clint Stevens has worked as a high voltage electrician at the University of M

As a lead custodian at the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) for nearly 30 years, AFSCME Local 3376 President Danielle Dorsey works to keep the campus buildings clean and safe for the st

Two years ago, Elisha Mack took a job at the Spring Grove Hospital Center as a Security Attendant Supervisor, seeing the opportunity as a promotion and the chance to be in a new environment after n

The 2024 Maryland Legislative Session concluded at midnight on Monday, April 8, and our union has a lot to celebrate!

For the first time, our contract covering 20,000 state employees in Units A, B, C, D, F, and H contains language allowing us to have five Chief Stewards! These individuals are released from their state duties for the calendar year, allowing them to focus full-time on organizing and building our union, representing members and solving workplace issues, and more.

We're excited to announce the following Chief Stewards for 2024!

AFSCME Members Get It Done!

This month, I was reminded of what our union can accomplish when we show up in full force.

We’re Halfway!

This past weekend marked the halfway point for the 90-day Maryland General Assembly legislative session. AFSCME members were a green machine, packing the halls on Monday evening lobby nights, testifying at budget hearings, and showing support for our priority bills.

Great news! Yesterday, AFSCME members ratified our new contract for state workers in Units A, B, C, D, F, and H in a sweeping vote.

Below are the results of the ratification vote:

Meet Ikeia Cornish, President of AFSCME Local 770 and a dedicated Direct Care Assistant at the Eastern Shore Hospital Center for the last 18 years. Her journey showcases the importance of staying engaged during negotiations and the vital role of our union in ensuring fair labor practices at work.

Why Your Participation Matters in this Legislative Session!

There are thousands of bills that are introduced each year during Maryland’s legislative session. You may say, “So what, why should I care?” And the simple answer is that those bills, or potential laws, could affect your well-being, your salary, your health, your benefits, and your rights.

Here's what Angie Webb, president of Local 1839 and a member of the AFSCME higher education bargaining team has to say about negotiating with the University System of Maryland: