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APWU Local 64
 

American Postal Workers Union, AFL-CIO

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6317 South Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90051

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About APWU Local 64

The APWU is the world's largest postal union, representing more than 330,000 USPS employees, and nearly 2,000 private-sector mail workers. Depending on their occupation, APWU members belong to the Clerk, Maintenance, Motor Vehicle, or Support Services divisions. The APWU is a democratic organization comprised of dues-paying members who belong to approximately 1,600 state and local unions and retiree chapters in every state and territory. APWU officers are directly elected by union members. The unionís state and local affiliates are autonomous organizations that rely on the national union to represent their interests in contract negotiations and in national-level grievances. The union negotiates a national Collective Bargaining Agreement and fights for membersí interests on Capitol Hill. The APWU also has many Retiree and Auxiliary chapters so that former postal workers and postal families can remain active in union affairs.

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