Welcome to the Office and Professional Employees International Union Local 512
Local 512 of the Office of Professional Employees International Union, (OPEIU) is comprised of people from many different work areas and walks of life, all seeking the same results. Fair and equitable treatment from our employers.

Local 512 is part of a collective of different Locals that make up Office of Professional Employees International Union. This affords Local 512 of the force of over 100,000 members strong. All fighting the same fight. There is a great strength in numbers, and being part of the larger collective affords us the opportunity to have our concerns heard on a much higher than local level.

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Election Results

The elections for the OPEIU Local 512 took place November 15, 2016, the results areas follows:

  • President - Aaron Sanders
  • Vice President - Wil Henderson
  • Secretary Treasurer - Carol Strachan
  • Recording Secretary - John Strachan
  • Trustees 
    • Brett Campbell
    • Gilbert Martinez
    • Brian Roberson

Due to not having enough members run for Trustee positions, Karilyn Sanders was appointed to the board as a trustee. All board members ran unopposed.  OPEIU Local 512 still has two trustee seats sitting vacant. 

 
                  

OPEIU Erie Conference

Conference held May 3-6

OPEIU International held Erie Training Conference May 3 - 6, 2017.  Training centered on Lobbying the senate and congress.

Local 512 Elections

Election Results

November 15, 2016 OPEIU Local 512 held their election for officers

Local 512 Meeting

Quarterly Board Meeting

The “Right-to-Work” Con

Andy Schmookler Award-winning author of What We’re Up Against, former Democratic nominee for Congress in Virginia, political commentator and talk radio philosopher

This piece is appearing in newspapers in my conservative congressional district (VA-06) in Virginia.

When I was involved in electoral politics here in Virginia, I was advised by Democratic politicians to stay away from the issue of “right-to-work” laws. Most Virginias favor those laws, I was told. They think that “right-to-work” is a matter of “liberty,” and no one running for office can succeed in explaining to them what these laws are really about.

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