As the APWU’s top officer, the President is responsible for all of the operations of the national union, as outlined in the Constitution and Bylaws. The President oversees all the activities conducted by the officers and staff of every department, division, and committee defined by the APWU Constitution.

Unity is Key to Our Continuing Progress

(This article first appeared in the November/December 2022 issue of the American Postal Worker magazine)

The APWU is truly one of the most democratic unions in the United States. This was again reflected in the recently concluded national officer election with our “one person, one vote” mail-ballot election. Different from most unions, every APWU member has the opportunity to have their voice heard in choosing their national union leaders. The union belongs to the members, as it should, and our internal union democracy is part of what makes us “Union Strong, All Day Long!”

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Save the Post Office on Meet the Press

President Dimonstein joined MSNBC's Meet The Press Daily's host Chuck Todd to explain how the new Postmaster General's slowdown policies are damaging the mail. He explained why we must reject the White House's attempts to kill the public confidence in our vote-by-mail system.

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