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Call for Retiree Delegates

2014 AFT-WI Convention

Radisson Hotel & Conference Center, Green Bay

November 13-15, 2014

If you are interested in becoming one of the five retiree delegates or an alternate to the AFT-W Convention being held on November 13- 15 contact Kathy Kreul by email at or call the office at 608-662-1444, extension 226, by September 15, 2014.


Public Records/Open Meetings

The Department of Justice (DOJ) will be conducting FREE seminars about the Wisconsin Open Meetings Law and Wisconsin Public Records Law. DOJ FREE seminars about the Wisconsin Open Meetings Law and Wisconsin Public Records Law. Department of Justice experts will explain key principles and discuss recent updates. The in-person seminars are October 17 and 27; the webinars are on November 6. See the brochure for more details.

Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans

The Wisconsin Alliance for Retired Americans (WIARA) will be holding a series of Town Hall Meetings around the state.  The topic will be "Protecting and Strengthening Retirement for All".  Meetings are scheduled for Appleton, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Platteville, Richland Center, Kaukauna, Neenah, Mineral Point, Reedsburg and Sturgeon Bay.

To see the schedule with locations, click here.


Welcome to the Indiana Federation of Teachers, AFT/AFL-CIO


Dear IFT Members:
I saw where Gov. Mitch Daniels and his cronies are boasting about their $2.2 billion budget surplus.  You and I know where it came from.  The vast majority of their windfall came from the pockets of working men and women, public education, and social services.
Once again these actions beg the question: What are you willing to do about it?  Are you going to throw up your hands and simply accept what they have done to public education or are you willing to stand up and fight for what you believe in and have dedicated your life to?  Together, in a unified act of solidarity, we can reverse the harm that has been done in the Statehouse.
Will it be easy?  No!  But it will be better than accepting and working under the devastating blows that were leveled on us by the last two legislative sessions.  We must make sure that we do the following:
1.    be registered to vote,
2.    make sure all family members are registered,
3.    study the positions or voting records of those seeking office,
4.    vote,
5.    work hard for candidates that will support public education, and
6.    work hard to defeat incumbents that voted to harm us.
We would all be shocked if we knew how many of our union brothers and sisters in public education and other unions:
1.    are not registered to vote,
2.    were registered, but did not vote, or
3.    voted, but voted for those that harmed us.
I implore you to get involved and work hard to elect those candidates that will reverse the harm that has been inflected on you and your families.  Call your local leadership and ask what you can do.  Your future and the future of public education are at stake.
In Solidarity,
President, IFT
P.S.  What are you going to do with your $100 tax credit? I’m going to give mine to John Gregg for Governor ( and Glenda Ritz for Supt. of Public Instruction (