Unofficial Results for Region 2B

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The UAW remains committed to the process laid out in the Consent Decree that our union entered into in 2020. Prior to the Consent Decree, our union had started implementing ethical and financial reforms, and the pace of change has not abated as we must restore full confidence in our union. We are ready to move forward with the International Executive Board elections as outlined in the Monitor’s official rule

The Monitor’s Notice of 2022 UAW Election can be found here.

Last year, the UAW and Ford partnered to combat the shortage of personal protective equipment and medical supplies across the country due to the COVID-19 pandemic. UAW members volunteered to return to work in order to produce masks, ventilators, and other supplies to combat the spread of the virus. Since then, the partnership has provided 120 million masks to first responders, schools, local governments and organizations across the country. In addition, they have distributed 22.5 million face shields, 50,000 ventilators, 32,000 respirators and 1.6 million isolation gowns. This equipment continues to protect essential workers and communities across the country. We applaud the UAW members who helped to make it happen.

Check out these tweets from people across the country who have been impacted by these donations:


FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2021 | 5 A.M. – 7 P.M.

Returning for the 18th year, The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW) will partner with WWJ Newsradio 950 for the Winter Survival Radiothon on February 12, 2021. Since 2003, listeners have helped raise over $20 million for THAW families!

For 35 years, THAW has been a leading provider of utility assistance statewide and has distributed over 250 million dollars in assistance to over 275,000 households. Every winter, families struggle to keep their heat and electricity on. This winter is no different, and the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many to remain home and consume
additional heat, electricity, and water for remote work and learning.

The Winter Survival Radiothon includes:

  • Radio personalities highlighting THAW’s work throughout the state.
  • Personal stories and reflections from families benefiting from THAW’s services.
  • Incentives for call-in donors.
  • An online auction February 8 – February 15.
  • The new Power Forward Emerging Leaders Council

For more information, contact Liz Klos at [email protected] or 313.348.3108.