All of the pro labor candidates in the Tulsa area of Oklahoma lost in the Oklahoma midterm elections except Denise Brewer.

American consumers can make a difference for working men and women when they buy products made right here in the United States, UAW President Dennis Williams told CAP delegates Sunday night.

What have we learned from our first year under Republican control of all branches of government? Elections matter. The mid-term election is critically important. And when we vote, we must not be taken in by hollow promises. We must not be distracted or deterred from our course by the peculiar distractions of this government. We must insist on something better from Washington. We do not want more politicians who forget about working families after Election Day.

Who are you voting for? UAW has a list of labor friendly candidates in your area.

November 6th, 2018 is the day to make changes in Oklahoma.

If you haven't used your race tickets, they're good for this weekend (10/20/18). Last weekend was rained out (10/13/18).

Tuesday, October 16th

The Women's Committee is having a breakfast benifitting the Make A Wish Foundation.

Just 5 dollars for double biscuits and homemade gravy and sausage.

Help the Women's Committee support a great cause by having a good breakfast.

As many of you may know the Region 5 Director Gary Jones was elected to the job of UAW President replacing the retiring Dennis Williams. That means that UAW Region 5 has a new Director. Our new Director is Vance Pearson who was formerly the Region 5 Assistant Director. Here's the official scoop on New Region 5 Regional Vance Pearson:

Vance Pearson was elected Region 5 director at the 37th Constitutional Convention in June 2018.

Yesterday, Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown delivered a speech on the Senate floor calling on GM to invest in Ohio workers. Last week, GM announced it would produce the Chevrolet Blazer in Mexico, even as the second shift ended at the Lordstown facility. Brown called on GM to move production of the Blazer back to the United States, and reinvest in American workers.

Brown’s remarks can be found below:

UAW Local 5010 is offering a new t-shirt designs for sale. It's going to be for a limited time and limited number, so be sure to sign one of the sign up sheets on the union boards asap.

Care about jobs and the future of your community? Angry about sweatshops and the exploitation of children? Resolute that looking for the union label is as important today as it was 40 years ago? Think our country does best when we invest in ourselves?