AFSCME New Jersey

We believe that every person working to sustain their community deserves respect.

The History of AFSCME began in 1932 in Madison Wisconsin. During the 60s, AFSCME’s struggles were linked to the Civil Rights Movement.

On a normal day, Sandra Pacheco, an administrative assistant in Puerto Rico’s Department of Transportation and Public Works, begins her day at 7 a.m., filing paperwork for her colleagues in the fie

The new year brings good news for millions of working Americans. Nearly 7 mill

As a public librarian for the Philadelphia Free Library, Sheila O’Steen embodies what we think of when we imagine a public service worker. Every day, she interacts with members of her community.

We stand in solidarity with Governor Murphy, and believe that he has proposed a responsible budget and he needs our support to help get it passed. 

Tell your legislator: DON'T balance the budget on the backs of working people. Governor Murphy's budget invests in education and transportation, provides a record pension payment and puts a tax only on New Jersey's millionaires.

Please TAKE ACTION now! Click the TAKE ACTION button to write a letter to your legislator and follow the instructions on the flyer below to make your voice HEARD!

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