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Br.193 President:
Ernie Arrañaga

 


 

 
Br. 193 Vice President:
Tommy Rivera

 


 

 
Br.193 2nd Vice President:
Ian Davies

 


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2019

BRANCH 193
OFFICERS


Ernie Arrañaga - President
Theresa Corridan - Vice President
Tommy Rivera - 2nd Vice President
Pat Mulligan - Recording Secretary
Sharon Epp - Financial Secretary
Kelvin Kamachi - Treasurer
Guillermo Martinez - Sgt. at Arms
Guillermo Martinez - Leg. Liaison
Danny Laffan - Trustee
Mike Cisneros - Trustee
Laurie Duarte- Trustee
Jackie Lanto - Trustee
Frank Pieracci - Trustee
Bob Krauth - HBP/MBA Rep.



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BRANCH 193
SHOP STEWARDS


Almaden Valley
John Martinez

Bayside
Alfonso Montano
Nora Solik


Berryessa
Collie Turner

Blossom Hill
Meiling Chan
Kaleo Hocson

Cambrian Park
OPEN

Campbell
OPEN

Cortese
Barbara Estrada
T.J. Watt Jr.

Foothill
Art Parrilla


Gilroy
Debra Masten

Hillview
Victor Barrientos
Michael Chi

Los Gatos
OPEN

Los Gatos Dell
Brian West

Milpitas
Sherie Davis

Morgan Hill
Angel Montelongo Jr.

Robertsville
Alex Hernandez
Rachel Garnsey

St. James Park
Chris North
Brieseda Hernandez

Saratoga
Candice Wurthmann

Seven Trees
Ryan Bui
Chengie (Jess) Li

Willow Glen
Andrew Romero
Jack Dusthimer



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Political

The Letter Carrier Political Fund is a non-partisan political action committee (PAC) established for the purpose of electing qualified candidates who support letter carriers and who are committed to maintaining a strong and innovative U.S. Postal Service.

Each year, NALC fights to fend off attacks in Congress that threaten letter carriers’ collective-bargaining rights, retirement benefits and livelihood. We’ve been successful so far, and we want to continue helping to elect House and Senate candidates who will protect us, promote our issues and deliver our message to Washington.

Since union dues can’t be used to support candidates for political office, NALC relies 100 percent on member contributions to the LCPF, which in turn helps us support those on Capitol Hill who defend the issues that matter most to us. Our PAC brings together in Washington strong letter carrier advocates—from all political parties—who are dedicated to helping to defend a strong USPS that provides universal, innovative and affordable service.


What is a political action committee (PAC)?

A political action committee (PAC) raises money for the purpose of defeating or electing candidates to elected office.

PACs are formed by corporations, associations, labor unions and individuals with common interests.

PACs solicit voluntary contributions from individuals with common interests to advance a political process.

PACs are non-partisan entities whose primary concern is to elect qualified candidates regardless of party affiliation.

Why should I join NALC’s PAC, the Letter Carrier Political Fund?

The Letter Carrier Political Fund identifies and contributes to candidates who support issues important to letter carriers.

Joining the LCPF provides letter carriers with the opportunity to build electoral and legislative power required to ensure decisions that impact their lives are made with their best interests in mind.

Only NALC members can contribute to the LCPF.

Union dues are not used, and cannot be used, for political contributions.

LCPF contributions are voluntary and can stop at any time. There is no open season.

We encourage LCPF members to make suggestions for political contributions and to attend local fundraisers.

LCPF members are encouraged to attend local events for members locally who support letter carrier legislative priorities.

How do I become a member and/or contribute?

The easiest way to become a member of the Letter Carrier Political Fund is to contribute through automatic payroll deduction. Contact your branch leaders with questions about how you can contribute or use the forms below:

Through PostalEase (online)
Through PostalEase (phone)
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)
From an annuity

LETTER CARRIER POLITICAL FUND

LETTER CARRIERS AND THE HATCH ACT

NALC encourages all members to be engaged in legislative and political activities to advance our message.
But it’s crucial to remember that all active letter carriers are federal employees whose political activities are governed by the Hatch Act.


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NALC President:
Fredric V. Rolando

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Executive Vice President:
Brian Renfroe

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Vice President:
Lew Dras
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