Monthly Archives: May 2017
Hi. It’s been a while. I’ve been a little busy. And busy at work, too.
I’ve been in the sky.
Constructing the Wilshire Tower in Los Angeles
Digging the SR-99 tunnel under Seattle with Bertha
And on Capitol Hill.
Jim Hunter, former Utility Department director, testifying on the hill
Ralph Norcross, congressman from New Jersey and IBEW member
IBEW International President Lonnie Stephenson, before giving testimony
And to protests against things happening on and around Capitol Hill.
Solidarity protest with Trump Hotel workers in Las Vegas
Senator Sherrod Brown, speaking at a larger-than-I-expected mineworkers’ rally
Women Workers Rising protest
I’ve met some incredible people.
Dave, center, has kidney disease. Rob, left, was a potential donor. It didn’t work out. 🙁
Documented transitions in and out of the office.
Our new political director, Austin
And witnessed history unfold.
Heading out to count the votes on whether or not Local 410 would soon exist. We won.
So, yeah. I’ve been busy. In a really great and rewarding way.
Let’s not let two-and-a-half years pass before another update, okay?
Tags:backlog, IBEW, work
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