Steelers’ Ryan Clark To Tell Airport TSOs ‘Vote AFGE!’ at Wednesday Event

May 17, 2011

Clark and NFLPA back AFGE in union election at TSA

PITTSBURGH, May 17, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Pittsburgh Steeler and National Football League Players Association player representative Ryan Clark on Wednesday will tell Transportation Security Officers in Pittsburgh to vote for the American Federation of Government Employees in an upcoming union election at TSA.

Only AFGE has been endorsed by the NFLPA in its effort to make TSA a fair, balanced and safe workplace, and to bring a collective voice to the TSA work force. Similarly, AFGE stands ready to support and assist the NFL players in their just cause against the illegal lockout by league owners.

AFGE is competing for exclusive union representation at TSA. While AFGE received the most votes and won the first union election, the margin determined a runoff would be held, which is scheduled for May 22-June 21.

TSOs in Pittsburgh are members of AFGE Local 332. AFGE is the only union to represent TSOs since the agency’s inception, and currently has dues-paying members in 40 AFGE TSA Locals across the country. With more than 265,000 dues-paying members in more than 75 federal and D.C. government agencies, AFGE is the single largest federal employee union in the country.

For more information, please visit www.TSAUnion.com.

Pittsburgh Steeler Ryan Clark
AFGE Local 332

Will hold a solidarity event

Pittsburgh International Airport, center of the ticketing level (before security)

Wednesday, May 18, Noon-2 p.m.

AFGE is the largest federal employee union representing 625,000 workers in the federal government and the government of the District of Columbia, including tens of thousands of DHS employees in Border Patrol, Citizenship and Immigration Services, Coast Guard, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, FEMA, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Federal Protective Service, Office of Immigration Statistics and TSA.

SOURCE American Federation of Government Employees

Source: newswire

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