Presidential Candidate - Tony Cracolice

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Use this topic to discuss the candicacy of Tony Cracolice.

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Re: Presidential Candidate - Tony Cracolice

Let's record the candidate statement for posterity, and accountability.


Leadership for a change

  • Tony has been an SEIU member since 1996 and a steward since 1999, in various offices and agencies. Tony has served as a CAPE member, a bargaining delegate, and has worked tirelessly to champion the rights of colleagues. Over the last two plus years, Tony has gained wonderful experience collaborating with other top flight labor organizations, such as IBEW and Woodworkers Local 246.
  • Tony's top priorities will be health care, a fair contract, work load issues, bully bosses and getting the members involved.
  • We're still recovering from a two year pay freeze, a presidency that leaves SEIU with a black eye and from a feeling of apathy among many members who feel the union has put them on the back burner. Four for the future look like four from the past. Only one candidate has no ties to Joe DiNicola and no ties to the leadership that brought us a pay freeze: Tony Cracolice--one right answer, one for change.
  • "What I envision is a member focused organization where the needs at the work sites are as important as politics. I plan to make this happen by constantly visiting members where they work and asking them what they want."

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