The immediate priorities of the Texas AFL-CIO focus on helping workers who have lost their jobs recover, avoiding unnecessary layoffs, and making sure adequate compensation is available. Texas must improve safety for working people who have kept the state’s economy going at serious risk to themselves.
Texas AFL-CIO President Rick Levy and Secretary-Treasurer Montserrat Garibay posted this statement on the decisions by Texas Democratic Party Executive Director Manny Garcia and Deputy Executive Director Cliff Walker to leave the state party at the end of the month.
The Texas AFL-CIO commended President Joe Biden today for Executive Orders and other actions that lay out a better path for the United States, including justice for millions of immigrants in Texas and the nation.
The Texas AFL-CIO today celebrated the inauguration of Joe Biden as President and Kamala Harris as Vice President, calling upon all of us to work together to build a better nation.
In the coming weeks, the Texas AFL-CIO will advance a revised version of our Fair Shot Agenda that advocates for working families in the context of the pandemic. We call on the 87th Texas Legislature to act in bipartisan fashion to ease suffering and build for better days ahead.

The Texas AFL-CIO issued the following statement regarding Trump's visit to Texas:

“Donald Trump spent four years as President bringing out the worst in America. Now, he brings his circus of violence, con-men, and wanna-be dictators to the Texas-Mexico border for a final victory lap. Trump slandered immigrants, heartlessly separated families, and cost our nation lives and jobs by completely failing to meet the challenge of the pandemic. Trump’s capstone effort to overturn the results of his failed reelection would have ended American democracy as we know it.

The Texas labor movement condemns yesterday’s outright assault on our democracy.
Even a Bad Year Has Some Points of Light, But End of 2020 Will Be Fond Farewell.

The Texas AFL-CIO today congratulated Joe Biden and Sen. Kamala Harris on their hard-won victory in the presidential race, saying it opens new paths for working families.

Texas AFL-CIO President Rick Levy and Secretary-Treasurer Montserrat Garibay issued this statement:

Organizing to protect the results of the 2020 Election. We are building a coalition of voters ready to mobilize if Trump undermines the results of the 2020 presidential election.