DPNM Caucuses

Labor Caucus

“The Democratic Party of New Mexico Labor Caucus was established in 2011, and seeks to ensure organized Labor’s values continue to be embraced by Democrats in New Mexico, the Democratic Party of New Mexico, and Democratic officials in New Mexico, in every county, and in every corner of our State.

“The Democratic Party of New Mexico Labor Caucus strives to support and elect pro-worker candidates – and hold them accountable once elected – who share our values in an effort to improve working conditions, respect, and quality of life for all New Mexicans.”

Dues

DPNM Labor Caucus dues may be paid annually at any time, however, dues reset each year on January 1.

Dues for Full Members and Associate Members are $10 per calendar year.

Full Members and Associate Members may pay Lifetime Dues to the DPNM Labor Caucus for $100

Use the PayPal link below to pay your Caucus dues.


DPNM Labor Caucus Dues



Structure

The DPNM Labor Caucus is made up of Executive Officers and Executive Committee Members who are either elected by rank-and-file membership every two years, or appointed by the elected Executive Officers.

Additionally, rank-and-file members fall into two categories: Full Members or Associate Members.

Full Members are either actively employed New Mexico workers who are in good standing with their respective union(s) and are covered by a Collective Bargaining Agreement, or, retired union members who are in good standing with their respective union retiree organization or chapter.

Associate members may be any registered Democrat who supports Labor and its special relationship with the Democratic Party and the Democratic Party of New Mexico.

Download our bylaws here

Leadership

John Dyrcz, Chair
IAM Lodge #794

CONTACT US

[email protected]
505-554-8679

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