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Resolutions & Amendments

28th International Convention - Los Angeles, CA (1988)

PEOPLE Goal for 1990 Elections

Resolution No. 30
28th International Convention
June 20-24, 1988
Los Angeles, CA


The Congress of the United States exercises constitutional power over the federal budget and makes our nation's laws, and the President administrates the government through these laws and develops public policy; and


A sensitive and cooperative relationship between the Congress and the White House is essential in order for public employees in general, and AFSCME members in particular, to perform their duties where they work and have decent communities in which to live; and


Thirty-three incumbent U.S. Senators (17 Republicans and 16 Democrats) and all 435 states in the House of Representatives will be up for re-election in 1990.


That AFSCME members through their PEOPLE Program will continue their excellent political and fundraising work in order to support our friends and defeat our enemies by striving toward a PEOPLE fundraising goal of at least $1.25 per member per year for the 1990 elections.



Daniel M. O'Donnell, President
Richard Pellowski, Secretary
AFSCME Council 48