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Laborers Action Center

It's your union. Take action to help fellow laborers.

LIUNA is more than an organization, it is a social and economic movement that believes all workers should be treated fairly and with dignity by their employers and that public policy should do all it can to create opportunity for all Americans.

Voter Registration

Who Can Register

To register in New Jersey you must be:

  • A US citizen
  • At least 18 years old on or before the next election
  • Residing at your present address for at least 30 days
  • You are NOT CURRENTLY serving a sentence, probation, or parole because of a felony conviction.

How to Register

Dues Check Off

If you haven't already done so, support YOUR UNION by contributing to the New Jersey Laborers Political Action Committee.

» Please download, fill out and sign the Working Dues Check- off Form in PDF format and send it to the following address:

NJ Laborers PAC
Attn: Katherine Orr
104 Interchange Plaza, Suite 301
Monroe Township, NJ 08831.

Dues Check-off Form

Board and Staff




Raymond M. Pocino, Chairman
Patrick C. Byrne
Anthony Capaccio
Carl Styles


John Duthie, Treasurer/Administrator
Amber Gesslein, Administrator


New Jersey Laborers PAC

More than an organization, LIUNA is a movement based on the general principle that our members should receive wages, benefits, and working conditions commensurate with our skills, productivity, and reliatbility.

You Have The Right to Organize

The Nation Labor Relations Act Says:

Section 7:
"Employees shall have the right to self-organization, to form, join, or assist labor organizations, to bargain collectively through representation or their own choosing, and to engage in other concerted activities for the purpose of collective bargaining..."

Section 8 (a):

I Need a Union

Better pay, better benefits, better treatment at work, better opportunities—these are just some of the ways unions are helping workers today. The Laborers’ International Union of North America is one the most progressive and aggressive unions representing workers in construction, service industries, manufacturing, and the public sector.

How Unions Help Workers

A Quick Study of How Unions Help Workers Win a Voice on the Job


What is a union?

A union is a group of workers who form an organization to gain:

  • Respect on the job,
  • Better wages and benefits,
  • More flexibility for work and family needs,
  • A counterbalance to the unchecked power of employers, and
  • A voice in improving the quality of their products and services.


How do people form a union?


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