Linda Chavez-Thompson

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Linda Chavez-Thompson


Linda Chavez-Thompson is reportedly running for the Democratic Party bid in Texas for Lieutenant Governor against Ronnie Earle.[1]

Labor

She is a former AFSCME organizer and served as a Texas AFL-CIO Executive Vice President and eventually served with John Sweeney and Rich Trumka as chief officers of the national labor federation.[2]

CLUW conference

Speakers at the November 1997 Coalition of Labor Union Women conference in Seattle, included Richard Trumka, and Linda Chavez-Thompson of the AFL-CIO, Nancy Riche, executive VP of of the Canadian Labor Congress and Senator Patty Murray and Rep. Jim McDermott of Washington State.[3]

Pro Democracy Convention

The Pro Democracy Convention was held June 29th To July 1, 2001. It started with a National Town Hall Meeting, Annenberg Center, University of Pennsylvania.

Come to a National Town Hall Meeting! Hear speakers representing a wide range of communities, including academics, labor leaders,

lawyers, organizers, and elected officials, speak out about Election 2000, recommendations for electoral reform, and how we all can build the movement to expand democracy in the U.S. Partial List of Invited Speakers and Presenters:

Center for American Progress

In 2005 Linda Chavez-Thompson served as a trustee of Center for American Progress.[5] Executive Vice President, AFL-CIO

DNC

As of 2012, officers of the Democratic National Committee were;[6]

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