FEW commemorate Women’s Equality Day by reminding you that in less than three months we enter another historic election.

It is important to remember what makes you stronger and what negatively impacts you. Within this last year, federal workers have been impacted by decisions made by our elected Congressional Representatives.  Now, it’s election time once again.   The outcome of this critical midterm election will definitely impact all federal employees and federal retirees.  Your pay and benefits and even the future of the federal workforce could be at stake depending on who is elected to Congress on Nov. 4!

Many of our key supporters in the Senate will be facing extremely tough elections, and your vote is needed.   This is your time to provide support and let your vote speak for all of us.   Remember, your vote does count and the only way we can have a voice is our vote.   That is why we celebrate  Women’s Equality Day.

Women’s Equality Day commemorates the granting of the vote to women throughout the country on an equal basis with men.   We remember August 26, 1920 when women officially became part of the US constitution and a turning point in the history of the struggle for equal treatment of women and women’s rights.

Celebrate our right to vote by voting on November 4 in this historic mid-term election.

 

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