CSUEU endorses Jose Luis Pacheco and supports David Miller.
“Jose Luis and David are committed to labor and dedicated to defending our defined benefits,” stated CSUEU president Catherine Hutchinson. “As PERS Board members, they will support efforts to provide working families with a living wage and dignity in retirement.”
Learn about Jose Luis Pacheco and David Miller.
The period from September 15 to October 15 is officially observed as "National Hispanic Heritage Month" in celebration of the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America.
Following guidance from CSUEU's Chican@/Latin@ Constituency Group, our Union is using the more inclusive terms "Chicanx, Latinx, Hispanic" because, as Miguel A. Terán López, Chair of the Constituency Group, said: "We are not a monolithic group that can be categorized and neatly be placed into a single box. It’s important to acknowledge the contributions of women, men, non-binary folks who have contributed to our progress in the past and in the present."
In the coming weeks, we will highlight diverse voices and contributions that formed and continue to form the United States of America.
Union Statement on Recall
Vote NO - This is CSUEU's recommendation for the Gov. Gavin Newsom Sept. 14 Recall Election.
We urge you to “Vote NO” on the recall – the sole issue being decided in the election – and return your ballot today! You should have already received a ballot at your home. You do not need to vote for any of the nearly 50 alternate candidates. Simply “Vote NO” on whether Gov. Newsom should be removed from office.
With the special recall election occurring on an unusual date, there could be a very low voter turnout, and it will be critical that those who oppose the recall vote! Not voting will not mean that you oppose the recall. Only by voting NO will your voice be heard!
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