Contract Extended to Nov. 23; Union, USPS to Continue Talks

APWU President Cliff Guffey announced that the union and Postal Service have extended their Collective Bargaining Agreement through Tuesday, Nov. 23, at noon ET.

Guffey Pledges to Continue The Fight for Working Families

Speaking at swearing-in ceremonies in Washington, DC, newly elected APWU President Cliff Guffey pledged to continue to fight on behalf of postal workers and their families.

Burrus Shocked, Disappointed By Retirement of PMG Potter

Responding to news of the retirement of Postmaster General John E. Potter, APWU President William Burrus issued the following statement.

Deadline for Voting Extended

The APWU Election Committee has extended the deadline for voting in the national officers’ election because of reports that a large number of union members have not yet received their ballots. ALSO: A recent guest editorial in the Washington Times ...

Union Vows to Escalate Fight To Preserve Postal Service

APWU members vowed to escalate the fight against the Postal Service’s plan to eliminate Saturday mail delivery on the fourth day of the union’s 20th Biennial National Convention, unanimously approving a resolution to engage in “rallies, marches, and...

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