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Douglas P. Nelson, Business Manager
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2018-2019 Several contractors partnered with IBEW Local 223 completed the addition of a 333 MW gas turbine to the existing Canal Plant constructed in 1968. The addition of a General Electric new technology speaker has given this power generation facility greater flexibility to meet the changing demand in Southeastern Massachusetts. At this projects peak there were around 80 IBEW Local 223 members
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Attached are two documents that spell out why the IBEW has endorsed and supports Joe Biden. You will see that he has supported the IBEW in the past, and his plans for his presidency will improve the lives of not only IBEW members and their families, but all working people.
IBEW International President Lonnie R. Stephenson issued the following statement regarding Joe Biden’s clean-energy plan:
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This election season, we need to vote for leaders who’ll stand with us and keep our Unions strong.
The federal election is quickly coming up on Tuesday, November 3 — and union construction workers across the state are standing together to elect candidates who will keep our job sites safe, protect our benefits, and stand with working families.
The first page of the IBEW Constitution begins with a declaration:
"Our cause is the cause of human justice, human rights, human security."
It’s a powerful statement of the values that IBEW leaders and members pledge to uphold when they take the oath of membership. And combined with the union’s first objective, to organize all workers in the entire electrical industry in the United States and Canada, the message is unmistakable.
IBEW International President Lonnie R. Stephenson issued the following statement in reaction to the death of
George Floyd: “The men and women of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers stand with the millions of
Americans demanding a full investigation into the death of George Floyd, an African-American pinned down
by a white Minneapolis police officer who kneeled on Floyd’s neck as Floyd pleaded, ‘I can’t breathe.
Great article. Critical thinking and Fact checking go out the window nowadays. This article admits it is a conditioned response intended to elicit fear and outrage.