The National Postal Mail Handlers Union is recognized as the exclusive collective bargaining agent for 47,000 Mail Handlers, who load, unload, prepare, sort and containerize mail for delivery by the United States Postal Service.

T he objectives of this Union shall be to unite for their own advancement and betterment, and for the advancement of the United States Postal Service, regardless of race, color, creed, nationality, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, or physical or mental handicap, all postal mail handlers and such other employees who come within the Mail Handlers craft or jurisdiction, including but not limited to all operations directly or indirectly related to postal and mail handling operations, whether performed by employees of the United States Postal Service or any other employer, and all other federal employees (whether or not postal employees) or other employees who wish to affiliate as associate members of this Union to participate in the Mail Handlers Health Benefit Plan or any other Union-related benefit program.

This Union shall strive to advance the interests of its members and protect the integrity of the craft jurisdiction of this Union through mutual cooperation, organizing the unorganized, collective bargaining, the promotion of legislation, opposition to privatization of the Postal Service, the provision of benefits such as sick, accident, and similar benefits to its members, and all other peaceful and lawful means whereby labor organizations seek to promote and advance a broad spectrum of economic and social objectives.

This Union shall function in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and executive orders. This Union shall also function to advance the interests of the working class as a whole

LOCAL 306 EXECUTIVE BOARD

JUNE HARRIS

Local 306 President

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Gregory Newsome

Local 306 Vice President

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Kenneth Leftridge

Local 306 Treasurer

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Tanisha Ruth

Recording Secretary

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Richard Coleman

Illinois State Board Member

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Nickolas Lehto

Wisconsin State Board Member

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BRANCH PRESIDENTS

George Cantrell

Cardiss Collins P&DC

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Robert Howze

South Suburban P&DC

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Max Rehbein

Milwaukee P&DC

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John Castagna

Madison P&DC

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Jeff Bridges

Springfield P&DC

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Steve Barber

Peoria P&DC

(773) 233-4434


Miller Hall

Chicago NDC

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Carmela Tyler

Chicago IMSC

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Manuella Morris

Palatine P&DC

(773) 233-4434


Manuella Morris

Carol Stream P&DC

(773) 233-4434


Mark Blough

Fox Valley P&DC

(773) 233-4434


Manuel Lazu

Chicago Metro L&DC

(773) 233-4434


John Martinie

Champaign P&DC

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This Union shall function in accordance with all applicable laws, regulations and executive orders. This Union shall also function to advance the interests of the working class as a whole.

This Union shall seek

to achieve a safer and healthier work environment and better working conditions for postal employees.

We will seek to

educate its members and the general public in the history of the labor movement and the struggle for democratic unionism.


This Union will

engage in legislative and other efforts to obtain the enactment of laws to protect and enhance the welfare of workers

Work to repeal laws

which it believes are unjust to labor, including the pursuit of a union-security arrangement to require nonmembers represented by the Union to pay their fair share of the costs of representation


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