2020 Primary Endorsements — Vote March 3!


The people we elect to public office and which ballot measures win or lose has a direct impact on our jobs and our ability to provide the communities we serve with high quality, public services. Below are the official endorsements of our union, IFPTE Local 21. Our endorsement process is democratic, nonpartisan, and member-driven.

San Jose Local 21 Members Work Hard to Elect Huy Tran


55 Shifts and Counting…San Jose Local 21 Members Work Hard to Elect Huy Tran, a Progressive Candidate in San Jose District 4.

VIDEO: Brian Reyes Explains Why He's Fighting for Schools & Communities First


Please watch and share our latest video with Brian, and let's keep building a movement for Schools & Communities First.

Say NO to Mayor Breed's dangerous and unnecessary budget cuts.


Working families in San Francisco deserve world-class city services — and the people who provide them should be able to care for ourselves and our loved ones.

Champions For Our Community: Roberto Costa


Roberto Costa has worked for the City of Oakland for 10 years, the last 8 of which were with the Rent Adjustment Program (RAP) in the Housing Department. Over the course of 2019, he has been organizing in our union to ensure that RAP is properly staffed.

SF Board of Supervisors Unanimously Endorse Schools & Communities First


We’re winning. Thanks to our growing movement to strengthen city services, the SF Board of Supervisors, joined by Mayor London Breed and other elected leaders, have unanimously endorsed Schools & Communities First this week.

Champions For Our Community: Darrick Shanahan


Champions For Our Community is an ongoing series by IFPTE Local 21 aimed at profiling our diverse members and the work they do to serve the public and protect the public sphere.

Massive Campaign Launch for Schools & Communities First


Local 21 members joined nearly 100 union siblings and community activists on November 16th to launch the Bay Area campaign to win Schools & Communities First, a transformative measure to reinvest in California’s public services.

Local 21 November 2019 Delegate Assembly: The Union Strikes Back!


We recently held our biannual Delegate Assembly on November 2nd at Preservation Park in Oakland. Over 100 members gathered to conduct regular business and build our organization. We chose a theme that evokes our proactive organizing since the Janus decision: The Union Strikes Back.

Join Local 21 CCSF Members in Celebrating the Holidays!


You are invited to join us on Monday, December 2nd at 5:30pm for a special opportunity—an All-Chapter Holiday Party!

Local 21 members from all over the City are coming together at City Hall this holiday season to celebrate our strength and accomplishments. All Local 21 members in CCSF can attend!