Our States

New York

New York
The latest:

NYWFP Endorses Marvin Holland for City Council

Originally published in the Amsterdam News: The Working Families Party recentlyMORE

 

Connecticut

Connecticut
The latest:

Statement: Budget Plan Protects Wealthy Individuals, Weakens Working Families

In response to Governor Dannel Malloy’s budget plan address delivered on Wednesday, February 8, 2017 Lindsay Farrell, Director of Working FamiliesMORE

 

New Jersey

New Jersey
The latest:

NJ Working Families Alliance 2017 Platform

In November 2016, New Jersey Working Families Alliance held a Working Families Summit, developingMORE

 

Oregon

Oregon
The latest:

Teresa Alonso Leon: WFP Superhero

Can you put a price on quality education? Teresa Alonso Leon doesn’t thinkMORE

 

District Of Columbia

District Of Columbia
The latest:

Trump Hotel Workers Protest in DC

DC Working Families Party joined protesters in October outside of Donald Trump’s new hotel, hoisting signs that read, “BOYCOTT TRUMPMORE

 

Maryland

Maryland
The latest:

2017 WESA Symposium –

Certain policies not only make working people’s lives better, but also make our communities stronger and makeMORE

 

Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania
 

Wisconsin

Wisconsin
The latest:

Wisconsin Working Families endorses candidates for Milwaukee Board of School Directors

Wisconsin Working Families announced its first three endorsed candidates for the Milwaukee Board of School Directors. These candidates are committedMORE

 

Rhode Island

Rhode Island
The latest:

Earned Sick Day Legislation Introduced in Rhode Island

PROVIDENCE - On Tuesday, an earned sick leave bill was introduced in the Rhode Island General Assembly intended to benefitMORE

 

Nevada

Nevada
The latest:

Brittney Miller: WFP Superhero

Brittney Miller’s grassroots campaign is built from her own community. She’s been endorsed by education advocates, labor unions, veteran’s groups,MORE

 

New Mexico

New Mexico
The latest:

NM Working Families Party backs progressive challenger

High school Spanish language teacher, Natalie Figueroa, is mounting a campaign to unseat the Republican Majority Leader in the stateMORE