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Marty Beil

Marty Beil passed away on October 1st, 2015 at the age of 68.

He was one of Wisconsin’s most influential and memorable labor leaders.

In 1969, he started his career as a Wisconsin probation and parole officer.

In 1973, he became president of his statewide Local and a member of its bargaining team.

In 1978, he was elected Council 24 president, a position he held until being selected as the Council’s executive director.

Beil recently retired after more than 40 years as a prominent leader of AFSCME.

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The State of Politics: New Corrections Chief Faces Problems
The State of Politics

New Corrections Chief Faces Problems

Including overcrowded prisons, staff shortages and low morale, and a dearth of leadership.

Statement on the passing of Marty Beil
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Statement on the passing of Marty Beil

"Marty was a tireless advocate for Wisconsin’s working families and a fearless defender of workplace freedom."

Rep. Barca Statement on the Passing of Marty Beil
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Rep. Barca Statement on the Passing of Marty Beil

“Our thoughts are with Marty’s family at this very difficult time.”

Rep. Barnes Statement on Passing of Marty Beil
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Rep. Barnes Statement on Passing of Marty Beil

“Marty’s legacy will live on through continued efforts to empower Wisconsin’s families through worker and social justice.”

Longtime AFSCME Council 24 leader Marty Beil dead at 68
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Longtime AFSCME Council 24 leader Marty Beil dead at 68

Statement from U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin on the Passing of Marty Beil
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Statement from U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin on the Passing of Marty Beil

Marty Beil, one of Wisconsin’s most influential and memorable labor leaders, died peacefully last night at his home in Mazomanie.

Representative Subeck’s Statement on the Passing of Wisconsin Labor Leader Marty Beil
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Representative Subeck’s Statement on the Passing of Wisconsin Labor Leader Marty Beil

"Marty Beil dedicated his life and work to bettering the lives of working people in Wisconsin."

Wisconsin Loses Relentless Advocate for Wisconsin’s Middle Class
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Wisconsin Loses Relentless Advocate for Wisconsin’s Middle Class

The following is a statement from State Senator Chris Larson on the tragic loss of Marty Beil.

How Walker Worries About Polls

How Walker Worries About Polls

His book shows he frequently adjusts strategy based on poll results.