COPE stands for Committee on Political Education. It is a non-partisan Political Action Committee (501(c)(4)) Fund made up of voluntary contributions from members like you. Membership dues can’t be used for partisan political purposes. COPE lets us have a stronger voice in the political process.
Chris Ellis email@example.com
Chapter 1 Thaddeus Oslak, Retired
Chapter 2 Bill Bailey firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter 3 Beth Mikus email@example.com
Chapter 4 Vacant
Chapter 5 Vacant
Chapter 6 Vacant
Chapter 7 Vacant
Chapter 8 Jay Bickford firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter 9 Vacant
Chapter 10 Carla Wilson email@example.com
Chapter 11 Keya Perry firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter 12 Stephon Payne email@example.com
Chapter 13 Michael Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter 14 Paul Marchelitis email@example.com
Chapter 1 Mike Butler, Retired firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter 2 Laurie Kubli, Retired email@example.com
Chapter 8 Lawrence Funck, Retired firstname.lastname@example.org
Chapter 10 Mashanda Germany email@example.com
Chapter 12 Nina Coffey firstname.lastname@example.org
Union dues cannot be used for political purposes. Therfore you should consider donating to COPE and help us support Labor champions.
Know Your Voting Rights
Visit the VotesPA website for more information on requesting a mail-in ballot, finding a ballot drop-off box in your voting district, finding your polling location, or reporting suspicious or fraudulent voting activity.
The Civil Service Act and Hatch ACT
All individuals who hold civil service positions in the Commonwealth are prohibited from participating in partisian political activities.
These regulations limit a state employee from holding political office, participating in a political campaign and general political work.
To learn more on the limitations of your political activity, please read the State Civil Service Commission’s “Political Guidelines for Civil Service Employees” brochure.
VOTING IS YOUR VOICE — SCREAM FOR YOUR FUTURE.