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Runoff Election Results 

Greetings Brothers and Sisters: 

It is with great pleasure that we announce the conclusion of the 2021 AFSCME Local 3634 runoff election. 

Brothers Fred Hines and Rudy Montoya were the winners for Vice-President and E-Board Support Services respectively. 

Congratulations to them both. 

I would like to thank the members on the Election committee and AFSCME Business Rep Luis Schmidt and his staff for their tireless work on making sure that the election was successful. 

I would also like to thank the members who took the time to exercise their rights by voting in a fair and free election. 

But, the work is not complete. We still have many tasks to undertake and we know the elected members are more than ready to work on our behalf to accomplish the goals ahead. 

We encourage you all to be more active in your union because you are needed. 

Take care and have a great holiday season!!!! 

Melvin Stokes
Election Committee Chair
AFSCME Local 3634
 

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October, 2021

Sisters and Brothers:

I would like to thank everyone who participated in the locals election process.  I personally am thankful and appreciative of the opportunity to serve as your President for another three years. I along with the rest of the E-Board will continue to defend and protect your work rights and working conditions.

As we go into the upcoming year of 2022, there are many political races that will affect us here at Metro: LA Mayors race, the LA County Board of Supervisors races, the California state legislative campaigns and the mid terms in both the U.S House and Senate. The local will stay politically active with our lobbyists in Sacramento and Washington D.C through the various political campaigns.

We are asking of you to continue to support our Union and staying active yourselves in some capacity on our various local committees. Our successes will be collective as a whole and the Executive Board will continue it’s hard work to meet and fulfill your needs.

Respectfully and In Solidarity,

Brother Al Cromer
AFSCME Local 3634 President