The American Federation of Government Employees has announced that J. David Cox, Sr. was reelected to another three year term as the union’s national president.
Cox won the reelection bid with 63% of the votes.
National Secretary-Treasurer Eugene Hudson Jr., and National Vice President for Women and Fair Practices Augusta Y. Thomas all were reelected to their positions and will each serve another three year term as well.
“I am honored and humbled by the faith AFGE members have placed in me to continue the work I began three years ago, leading the nation’s largest union for federal and D.C. government employees,” Cox said. “Our membership has grown year over year for the past 24 years, and we are going to keep growing so we are big enough and strong enough to build the future that our dedicated members deserve.”