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Local 163 President Ralph Morris Jr. talks about the importance of certifying November's election results and making sure that every vote is counted.
Michigan voters decided and are ready to move Michigan forward together.

Please read the attached the memo from the Bargaining Committee.  

UAW Local 578 is closed until further notice, due to Governer Ever's order for all non-essential businesses to close.  Sandy Drifka, our Office Administrator, will be working to answer the telephones and keep the office running.  She is available at (920) 231-5153 or email at [email protected].  She will also keep communication going when information is available via Facebook and the local's website.  

All union hall rentals during the remainder of March and through April 30, 2020 are cancelled.  No hall rental reservations will be taken right now until further notice.   

As UAW members get involved in the communities where they live, they have a deep impact not just on their workplaces and their families, but on our nation. For UAW Administrative Assistant to President Rory L. Gamble, Allen Wilson, that meant a front row seat in the national spotlight as he served on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers.

The stakes? Who will be our nation’s next president.

Detroit - “Enough. Voters in Wayne County, Michigan and throughout this country should know that their votes aren’t subject to some arcane public relations spectacle using the courts and legislative procedures as a hammer to deprive them of their personal Constitutional rights to vote.

Today, in the ultimate insult to voters, the two leaders of Michigan’s Legislature are headed to the White House for an arm-twisting to artfully try to deny the counting of their legitimate votes.

Local 2209 Sends $100k to Vietnam Wall Project with More to Come Members of Local 2209 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, consider it part of their job to make sure the public fully appreciates the sacrifices made more than a half century ago in Vietnam.