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. - IAMAW and IUPAT Leaders Visit Portland
Our union and the Machinists' union are ready to fight for that kind of recovery, and that's the message that Buffenbarger, IUPAT President Jimmy Williams, and our other leaders are ready to deliver in Oregon and in Washington, D.C.," said Tim Carrier, IUPAT District Council 5 Business Representative.
Executive Board - AFL-CIO Oregon
Tim Carrier, At-Large Oregon AFL-CIO Executive Board 11105 NE Sandy Blvd Portland, OR 97220 503-257-6644 Fax: 503-256-5271 Union Affiliation: IUPAT E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
It's A Bad Day For Oregon Workers
"These numbers reflect what we've been seeing in our industry," says Tim Carrier, business representative for Painters District Council #5.
Split in labor movement hits Oregon state labor federation
Tim Carrier, business representative of Painters District Council 5, said he hadn't heard word of a split, but the union had a national meeting of business managers scheduled. [At the Change to Win convention in St. Louis, rumors were circulating that the International Union of Operating Engineers would soon join the coalition.]
Weekly Update 8-16-2006 - Oregon AFL-CIO
2. Labor 2006 Volunteer of the Week #1: Tim Carrier, BBQ Extraordinaire
...Labor 2006 Volunteer of the Week #1: Tim Carrier, BBQ Extraordinaire
Each week between now and the election, we will choose one volunteer from among many great Labor 2006 campaign volunteers to highlight in the Weekly Update.It's not easy to choose from among the hundreds of volunteers busting their butts to elect a pro-working families slate of candidates and push back on bad ballot measures.
This week, the mantra that "the way to the heart is through the stomach" is true here at the Weekly Update.The first Labor 2006 Volunteer of the Week is Tim Carrier
, BBQ Extraordinaire and Business Representative for the International Union of Painters
and Allied Trades District Council No.5. "Tim Carrier has logged thousands of hours flipping burgers for hungry volunteers as well as knocking on doors, phoning members, distributing flyers at jobsites, and much more in past campaigns," said Oregon AFL-CIO President Tom Chamberlain.
"This year, Tim
has once again answered the call to elect pro-worker candidates and defeat the anti-worker agenda of Bill Sizemore and his
ilk.Not only has Tim
participated in every single Labor 2006 event to date, he's
also recruited a crack team of energetic volunteers from among his