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   International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers
 Local Union 430 Racine, Wisconsin
 
 
 

 Welcome ...to the IBEW Local Union 430 Website.

IBEW Local Union 430 was granted a charter on September 14, 1932
and we have been promoting better wages, benefits and safety for all
electrical workers since that time. We've weathered the
Great Depression, world war, and many other business cycles.

Through the years we've remained a constant force in working to
 improve the working conditions and provide employment
opportunities for all electrical workers in Racine County.

This site is part of our effort to inform Members about the activities
 of our Local Union and the IBEW. In addition we also welcome
non-members that would like additional information on the benefits
of becoming an IBEW Member.

 

 

Business Manager/ Financial Secretary
Chris M. Gulbrandson

Membership Development Coordinator
Rick Therkelson

President
Paul M. Voss

Administrative Assistant
Paula J. Wegenke

 

Address
1840 Sycamore Avenue
Racine, WI 53406

Phone
(262)633-2844

Fax
(262)633-2859

E-mail
info@ibewlu430.org

 


IBEW Local Union 430 Briefs

 

Stand With Wisconsin


 

Stories And Links To Scott Walker And The
Republicans Plans To Make Wisconsin
A 'Right-To-Work State'
 

 


Rep. Kapenga at Delafield Town Hall: Right-to-work legislation “ready to go” in Wisconsin

Republicans Jim Sensenbrenner and Chris Kapenga held a listening session on Monday night in politically conservative Delafield, Wisconsin; statements made at that meeting left some Waukesha County residents stunned. According to two attendees,

Representative Chris openly admitted that the GOP has plans to make Wisconsin a right-to-work state and that they’re just waiting for a politically opportune time.

According to Waukesha County resident Leanne Wied-Brusky, when a Town Hall attendee who seemed in favor of right-to-work legislation expressed discontent over the delay in implementation, Kapenga responded,  ”We have right-to-work legislation in (three) different offices ready to go. If we had done it earlier, when we wanted, then Prosser would not have been elected. Right now is not the right time. We have to wait until it is politically feasible.”

Dave Heaster, also at the meeting, confirmed Kapenga’s statement and said he also heard him say, “…if we did it now, we’d be burning political capital, and we just don’t have excess capital to burn now.”

Heaster, who has filed the paperwork necessary to run against Sensenbrenner, told me that he “wasn’t surprised to hear that they were planning it in secret” but that what shocked him is “that this seemingly young guy, Kapenga, was stupid enough to tell us all about it!” Heaster added, “But then again, I’ve always said that if the people don’t bring down Walker, his own stupidity will!”

Unsurprisingly, Wied- Brusky said that after Kapenga made those shocking comments, Jim Sensenbrenner “did not look happy” and “tried to end the session.”

Funny how the truth seems to come out only when the Republicans think they’re in politically “safe” territory, and with huge gaffes like this one.

Added Heaster, “It’s funny – but more so, it shows how if we allow the Republicans to continue down this right-to-work vision, we are going to become a 3rd world nation.”
 



In film, Walker talks of 'divide and conquer'
union strategy.
Story and Video Posted on Journal Sentinel Online

 

 

 

Walker and his cronies want to
 privatize Wisconsin's public land   

 

 



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Book Information

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Book 2 48
Apprentices 0

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This site last updated on 5/8/2014

 

 
 

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