JUFJ in Montgomery County

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JUFJ was a leader in the Fight for $15 coalition’s successful campaign to pass a $15 minimum wage in Montgomery County, which was then vetoed by the County Executive. The new bill was voted on in November, and thanks to the efforts of our organizers, leaders, and coalition partners, the County Council unanimously passed a strong minimum wage bill that will help over 100,000 MoCo residents.

In the next year, our MoCo team is looking forward to working on statewide issues with the Baltimore team and pushing for more funding for early childhood education. We are holding a series of discussions on implicit bias and white privilege with Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation, and will continue our work to tie Jewish values to legislative and policy priorities.

For our MoCo 2018 election resources, click here.

Want to take action with us? Laura Wallace is our Montgomery County Senior Organizer. Get in touch with her to get looped in: laura@jufj.org.

Related Events

  • Baltimore Action Team Meeting

    November 28 | 7:00 pm8:00 pm

    Join JUFJers from across Baltimore to discuss our ongoing issue campaign work. We will share updates for all the local campaigns and brainstorm on how to move the work forward.

  • Montgomery County Racial Equity and Policing Team Meeting

    December 6 | 7:00 pm8:30 pm

    Join us for our next Racial Equity and Policing Team meeting to get updates about current campaigns and take action together. Everyone is welcome!

  • Maryland Community Meeting & Chanukah Candle Lighting

    December 21 | 7:30 pm9:30 pm

    Join us for our next virtual Maryland Community Meeting, where the Maryland Center on Economic Policy will present on budget advocacy. MDCEP’s training will cover how folks can advocate on budget issues, especially in light of the state’s new budget process this year. We will begin the meeting w…

  • Montgomery County Racial Equity and Policing Team Meeting

    January 3, 2023 | 7:00 pm8:30 pm

    Join us for our next Racial Equity and Policing Team meeting to get updates about current campaigns and take action together. Everyone is welcome!