Make sure you cast your ballot and fulfill your civic duties. Only a few days left until Election Day, follow the links below to find Miami-Dade and Broward palm cards, early voting polling locations and SEIU Local 1991 Endorsed Amendments. Miami-Dade palm card Broward Palm Card Guide to SEIU Local 1991 Endorsed Amendments
Election Day: November 8 Early Voting: Oct. 24 – Nov. 6 Voting hours 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Voting locations in Miami and in Broward. Click on the link for the county in which you are registered to vote. The endorsement card contains our endorsed candidates as well as a list of early voting locations. Miami-Dade Endorsements ( alsoContinue reading “Local 1991 Endorsed Candidates for Nov. 8”
Nurses, doctors and healthcare professionals at Jackson Health System will turn out on Sept. 17 at 2 p.m. to support the launch of the Citizens for a Healthy Miami-Dade bond campaign to upgrade outmoded facilities at Jackson.
It’s time for our elected officials to do the right thing and PROTECT patient care at our public hospital and PRESERVE the services our community depends on! Above: President Martha Baker, RN, urges the crowds to put pressure on elected officials to save Jackson at our press conference on March 6th.
Read The Miami Herald’s Sunday Op-Ed by President Martha Baker, RN!
Send a letter to each member of the Florida Senate Health Regulation Committee to tell them that Jackson belongs to the people of Miami-Dade County!
Look for a giant billboard with our Save Jackson message rolling through the streets of Miami-Dade County! We continue to promote our message to KEEP JACKSON PUBLIC in our community!
Today, our members gathered outside DTC at Jackson Memorial Hospital to officially asked the Miami Marlins baseball team to use their revenues at the new publicly financed stadium to match, dollar-for-dollar, our $36 million financial sacrifice we are offering to save Jackson.
Commissioner Audrey Edmonson said she would PRIVATIZE JACKSON during a live radio interview this week! Watch the video and hear it for yourself, then contact her and tell her to … KEEP JACKSON PUBLIC! Commissioner Audrey Edmonson, District 3: Downtown Office 305-375-5393 District Office 305-636-2331 District3@miamidade.gov
The Miami Herald reports that commissioners have suddenly backed off of their plans to privatize Jackson. This recent development is a direct result of your commitment and dedication to Jackson while delivering excellent patient care that has earned Jackson its #1 ranking among South Florida hospitals. Thank you for your commitment to Jackson!