Letter Carrier Political Action

The Letter Carrier Political Fund is a non-partisan political action committee (PAC) established for the purpose of electing qualified candidates who support letter carriers and who are committed to maintaining a strong and innovative U.S. Postal Service.

Each year the National Association of Letter Carriers (NALC) fights to fend off attacks in Congress that threaten letter carriers’ collective bargaining rights, retirement benefits and livelihood. We have been successful so far and we want to continue helping to elect House and Senate candidates who will protect us, promote our issues and deliver our message to Washington.

Since union dues can’t be used to support candidates for political office, NALC relies 100% on member contributions to the Letter Carrier Political Fund, which in turn helps us support those on Capitol Hill who defend the issues that matter most to us.

Why should I contribute to the Letter Carrier Political Fund?

Issues that directly impact our employer, the United States Postal Service, and letter carrier health and retirement benefits are acted upon by the House and Senate. The Letter Carrier Political Fund identifies and contributes to candidates who support issues important to letter carriers.

Union dues cannot be used for political contributions and only you as a NALC member can contribute to the Letter Carrier Political Fund and help make it an effective voice on Capitol Hill for you.

How can I contribute to the Letter Carrier Political Fund?

The easiest way to become a member of the Letter Carrier Political Fund is to contribute through automatic payroll or annuity deduction. You can do this by going to NALC.org, requesting assistance from your Branch 20 union steward or by using the forms below.

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NALC CT Merged Branch 20 represents 655 active and 360 retired City Letter Carriers in the following Connecticut Post Offices:

Colchester • Cromwell • Danielson • East Hampton • Groton • Jewett City • Meriden • Middletown • Mystic • Moosup • New London • New Milford • Norwich • Old Saybrook • Pawcatucket • Plantsville • Portland • Prospect • Southington • Storrs • Taftville • Thomaston • Torrington • Uncasville • Vernon • Waterbury • Wolcott • Waterford • Watertown/Oakville • Willimantic