Connecticut Working Families is an independent political organization that stands up for hard working families across Connecticut — not Wall Street banks, lobbyists, and CEOs. We work to elect candidates that will be champions for our values.
But our work doesn’t end on Election Day. We fight year-round to create an economy that works for everyone. We advocate for issues like raising the minimum wage, creating family friendly workplace policies like earned paid sick days, tackling the student debt crisis, ensuring every worker can retire with dignity, holding corporations accountable, and much more.More
Familias Trabajadoras de Connecticut es una organización política independiente que defiende a todas las familias trabajadoras de Connecticut, en vez de defender a Wall Street, los bancos, los cabilderos y Presidentes Ejecutivos. Trabajamos para elegir a candidatos que van a ser campeones de nuestros valores.
Pero nuestro trabajo no termina el Día de las Elecciones. Luchamos todo el año para crear una economía que funcione para todos. Abogamos por temas como el aumento del salario mínimo, la creación de políticas en el trabajo que sean adecuadas para la familia, como por ejemplo el acceso a días de enfermedad, ponerle fin a la crisis por la deuda estudiantil, asegurarnos que todos los trabajadores puedan retirarse con dignidad, responsabilizar a las corporaciones y mucho más.
THE LATEST FROM Connecticut:
HARTFORD- The Connecticut Working Families Party (WFP) is endorsing Brian Smith for State Representative in the January 14 special election in the 48th district. The election will fill the seat ... More
Every year, Connecticut WFP recognizes the work of community leaders, activists, and legislators fighting for social, economic, and racial justice in the state. The fight for social change, however, goes beyond the halls of power. It requires a social movement, a ... More
The Connecticut Working Families Party scored significant victories in races across the state, as progressive leaders continued to expand its footprint across Connecticut. In many jurisdictions WFP candidates focused on issues that directly impact workers in their towns, ... More
We did it. Thanks to organizers and volunteers; to our union friends and allied organizations; to community leaders in dozens of cities — and most of all, thanks to you — Election Day 2019 was chock full of HUGE wins for our ... More
Carlos Moreno, Deputy Director of the Working Families Organization, released the following statement today about the increase of the Connecticut minimum wage increase going into effect on October 1, 2019 Carlos Moreno, Connecticut Working Families Organization: “Today, Connecticut ... More
Passero, Porcher, Rilling, Florsheim and Setaro Receive Mayoral Endorsements HARTFORD, CT - The Connecticut Working Families Party (WFP) has endorsed 91 candidates ahead of the November 5th general elections. With these endorsements, WFP aims to ... More
CT Working Families: Lamont budget presents critical steps forward, must do more to address wealth inequality crisis Applauds public Paid Family & Medical Leave, $15 minimum wage Calling to invest in the future by ... More
CT Working Families Organization Releases 2019 Legislative Agenda with Policy Initiatives for First 100 Days Calls for urgent passage of Paid Family & Medical Leave, $15 minimum wage, ... More
CT Working Families Party: D-WFP State Senate caucus surpasses Republicans, Voters turned out for progressive policies WFP Victories: All Federal and Constitutional offices, 2:1 win rate in ... More
CTWFP: Anti-Semitic mailer shows Republican Party "taken over by white nationalist extremists" In response to CT State Senate candidate Ed Charamut’s anti-Semitic mail against Working Families Democrat Matt Lesser: "The Republican candidate’s ... More