Award Winners at the 2018 Convention

Below is a complete list of awards handed out during AFGE’s 41st National Convention: 

2018 AFGE Communications Contest 

Division I Best Content Layout or Design: Local 448 

Division I Best Photo or Photo Collage: Local 448 

Division I Best Feature or News Story: Local 987 

Division I Best Feature or News Story: Local 2369 

Division I Best Original Cartoon or Graphic: Local 2369 

Division I Best Social Media Page or Post: Local 3570 

Division II Best Content Layout or Design: District 7 

Division II Best Photo or Photo Collage: District 7 

Division II Best Original Cartoon or Graphic: District 7 

Division II Best Feature or News Story: Council 216 

Division II Best Social Media Page or Post: Council 33 

Clyde M. Webber Award: District 7 National Vice President Dorothy James

Women and Fair Practices Department Awards 

Bernice B. Heffner Award: Keena Smith 

  1. Phillip Randolph-Hubert H. Humphrey Award: Cassandra Butler

Membership & Organizing Awards 

Increased Membership by 20% to 49% 

District 2 

L0219 

L1164 

L1661 

L2272 

L2305 

District 3 

L0310 

L0333 

L1698 

L1793 

L1862 

L2012 

L2058 

L2450 

District 4 

L0053 

L0444 

L0446 

L0449 

L1178 

L1786 

L1904 

L2117 

L2145 

District 5 

L0054 

L0511 

L0520 

L0558 

L0573 

L0696 

L0997 

L1570 

L1845 

L1915 

L1922 

L1960 

L1985 

L2014 

L2022 

L2470 

L2778 

L2883 

District 6 

L0031 

L0611 

L0616 

L1133 

L1148 

L1411 

L2031 

L3283 

L3984 

District 7 

L0704 

L0789 

L1732 

L1882 

L2274 

L2280 

L2718 

District 8 

L0836 

L3884 

L3928 

L3947 

District 9 

L0085 

L0096 

L0104 

L0477 

L0906 

L0918 

L2250 

L2586 

L2815 

L3399 

District 10 

L1004 

L1013 

L1033 

L1745 

L1749 

L1822 

L1920 

L1934 

L2128 

L2437 

L2504 

L2516 

L2836 

L3184 

L3377 

L3809 

L3922 

District 11 

L1042 

L1117 

L1121 

L1170 

L1273 

L1502 

L2199 

L3028 

District 12 

L0495 

L1224 

L1234 

L1250 

L1978 

L2152 

L2297 

L2382 

L2429 

L2433 

L2452 

L2879 

L3943 

L3955 

District 14 

L0002 

L0017 

L0383 

L0727 

L1000 

L1403 

L1410 

L1534 

L2741 

Increased Membership by 50% - 69% 

L0148 

L0200 

L0237 

L0445 

L0559 

L1014 

L1108 

L1495 

L1924 

L2324 

L2571 

L2617 

L3306 

L3511 

L4042 

  

Increased membership by 70% - 99% 

L0022 

L0048 

L0448 

L0527 

L0910 

L1127 

L1203 

L1260 

L2419 

L2654 

L2657 

L4060 

  

Increased membership over 100% 

L0361 

L0518 

L0572 

L1296 

L1438 

L2053 

L2302 

L3310 

L3553 

L4070  

Local with largest net increase in members: Local 559

Locals with 80% or better member penetration: Local 333 (90%); Local 1456 (80%); Local 2455 (92%)

Council with largest net increase in members: Council 53

District with largest increase in members: District 10

District with largest percentage growth: District 6

Special Organizing Award: Local 1633

PAC & LAF Awards 

Category I: Locals with 1-200 Members  

Highest Number of PAC Contributors: Local 1995 (D-4), 28 Contributors 

Highest PAC Income 2015-2018: Local 3607 (D-11), $11,622 

Highest Percentage of PAC Contributors: Local 3251 (D-11), 28.57% 

 

Category II: Locals with 201-500 Members  

Highest Number of PAC Contributors: Local 3354 (D-9), 50 Contributors  

Highest PAC Income 2015-2018: Local 1626 (D-7), $20,457  

Highest Percentage of PAC Contributors: Local 1916 (D-3), 15.35% 

  

Category III: Locals with 501-1,000 Members  

Highest Number of PAC Contributors: Local 3448 (D-6), 77 Contributors  

Highest PAC Income 2015-2018: Local 3448 (D-6), $27,278 

Highest Percentage of PAC Contributors: Local 2391 (D-12), 10.81% 

  

Category IV: Locals with 1,001 or More Members  

Highest Number of PAC Contributors: Local 1923(D-4), 59 Contributors 

Highest PAC Income 2015-2018: Local 1592 (D-11), $25,046  

Highest Percentage of PAC Contributors: Local 1647 (D-3), 4.27% 

 

District Competition - PAC  

Highest Number of PAC Contributors: District 5, 805 Contributors 

Highest PAC Income 2015-2018: District 5, $312,786  

Highest Percentage of PAC Contributors: District 7, 1.80% 

 

District Competition - LAF  

Highest Amount of LAF Money Raised: District 5, $528,150 

Highest Percentage Contributing to LAF: District 3, 60.75% 

Highest % Council Locals Contributing to LAF: Council 238 (EPA), 84.33%

 

Ed Klein Political Action Award Winner: James Rihel 


 

Contributions to AFGE-PAC are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes. Your voluntary decision to contribute more, less or not to contribute at all will not result in any favor or disadvantage in your relationship with AFGE.


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