IBEW Local Union 26
Washington, D.C.


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The 2021 election season is upon us. If you would like to help the Local and your community by supporting Labor-friendly candidates, “no-touch” literature drops will take place each Saturday from now until Election Day November 2nd. We are looking for all members interested in helping re-elect Local 26's and Labor's best friend in the Virginia State House, Delegate Joshua Cole,  as well as other labor-friendly candidates. A couple of volunteer hours will go a long way in helping our friend and our cause.

On October 30th the EWMC 26 will canvass alongside the Virginia Education Association (VEA), and other trade union members in a Labor Walk to reelect Delegate Joshua Cole! This is the first time we assemble a strong coalition of working folks that includes educators here in south Stafford to work together in common cause. When working people come together in solidarity there is nothing we cannot accomplish! Join us on:
When: October 30th,10am-2pm
Where: 1267 Courthouse Rd, Stafford, VA 22554
For: Canvass for Joshua G. Cole

IBEW 26 Brother Travis Brown is running for Culpeper Town Council. Brother Brown could use your help simply by knocking on doors or just dropping literature at the doorstep.  Any questions: Tclark@ibewlocal26.org. LET’S GET THIS LOCAL 26 MEMBER ELECTED!!

EWMC National Day of Service

The EWMC will be holding it’s National Day of Service at United Communities Against Poverty, Inc. (UCAP), 1400 Doewood Ln., Capitol Heights, MD 20743, on November 20th from 8 am to 12 pm. They will be cleaning up the premises as well as handing out donations of school and COVID-19 supplies. There will be donation boxes in Lanham and Manassas for those who wish to donate supplies. Monetary donations can be made as well. Please contact EWMC President Brother Mark Thompson at mthompson@jatc26.org for donation information or if you would like to volunteer on the 20th.

Pension Seminar Fall 2020

Workers Memorial Day

Workers Memorial Day is a day of remembrance and action for workers killed, disabled, injured, or made unwell by their work on the jobsite. This day of remembrance takes place each year on April 28th, the day that the United States Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) went into effect in 1970. We, as the Building Trades in the DMV, hope to make this an annual event to recognize the dignity of human labor.

DAD's Day Golf Outing - Canceled for 2021

VA Picnic - Canceled for 2021

IBEW Midwest Softball Tournament - Canceled for 2021

MD Picnic - Canceled for 2021 due to COVID updates and requirements

JATC Events

The Graduation Ceremony has been canceled for 2021

Community Service

Check out the Local's philanthropic efforts here.

125th Anniversary Celebration