Landslide Victory @ NASA HQ in DC as NASA Security Officers Vote in Favor of LEOSU-DC Representation
Washington DC- On Good Friday, April 14, 2017, the National Labor Relations Board concluded the mail ballot election between the Law Enforcement Security Unions LEOSU-DC and the Security Police Fire Union from Roseville, Michigan which has a long history of embezzlement and corruption as well as many Department of Labor and NLRB violations to determine who will have the privilege of representing the security officers, security assistants, security specialists, and security receptionists working for Security Support Services, LLC, at NASA headquarters in Washington DC.
In the end, when all was said and done, the Law Enforcement Security Unions LEOSU-DC was the victor, winning in a landslide victory and the Security Police Fire Union losing in an embarrassing loss receiving only 4 votes out of 43 votes.
Steve Maritas, Organizing Director of LEOSU-DC noted this landslide victory by LEOSU-DC clearly shows that these NASA security officers were fed up with the lack of service and the lack of representation by the Security Police Fire Union. Noting that many of these NASA officers have complained that this union hasn't been seen or heard from in almost 3 years. Once LEOSU-DC filed an election all of sudden this union wanted to hold meetings to find out what was some of the problems at this facility. "Where has this union been for 3 years?" noted one NASA security Officer.
We wish to welcome all of the NASA security officers into the LEOSU-DC family and "we promise we won't let you down".