North Dakota's Heitkamp Fights for Working Families

 

Winning statewide office as a Democrat in North Dakota should be impossible.

 

Lake Erie Wind Farm Could Mean Cleaner Air, More Jobs for Ohio Members

 

Members of Cleveland Local 38 could be floating to the jobsite within a few years if a new six-turbine freshwater wind farm on Lake Erie gets the go-ahead from regulators.

 

After Hurricane Michael, IBEW Line Workers, Tree Trimmers Begin the Hard Work of Recovery

 

The most powerful hurricane to make landfall in the Florida panhandle in at least 150 years smashed houses, sent a storm surge dozens of miles inland, tore up thousands of trees and cut power to an estimated 1.3 million customers. At least 11 people have been confirmed dead.

 

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf Delivering for the IBEW

 

Pennsylvania IBEW locals have received more than $2 million in state grant money to expand their training centers as a part of Gov. Tom Wolf’s push to support apprenticeships.

 

Taking a Stand

 

November's Election and the IBEW Members Leading the Charge for Change

 

Canadian Members Press Parliament for ‘Lineworker Appreciation Day’

 

A push is on in Canada to designate July 10 as National Lineworker Appreciation Day there, and IBEW International President Lonnie Stephenson is encouraging all members in the union’s First District to help make it happen.

 

IBEW Organizing: Ohio

 

Construction is booming in Ohio. But how does the IBEW make sure it has the manpower to get the job done? This local's answer: Old-fashioned organizing.