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District 4

Alpine, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne Counties

Madera County Office

1816 Howard Rd., Suite 6A
Madera, CA 93637

Toll Free:
Office: 559-395-4772

Merced Office

2935 Business Park Way
Merced, CA 95348

Toll Free: 866-255-7313
Office: 209-386-1120
Fax: 209-725-3121

Stanislaus Office

416 North 9th Street, #I
Modesto, CA 95350

Toll Free: 866-307-7271
Office: 209-526-5274
Fax: 209-526-5284

Local Event Calendar

District 4 Leaders


Florence Crowson

District Chair


Pakamon Sopajaree

Recording Secretary


Christopher Edstrom

Madera County Representative


Elidia Garcia

Merced County Representative


Tara Skenandore

Alpine County Representative


Calvin Combs

Mariposa County Representative


Sandra Nelson

Tuolumne County Representative

Get Involved!

Each and every UDW member can make a difference. As a member, you can join councils, committees, free trainings, and more.

Call your local office at 209-526-5274 to find out how you can get involved in the Alpine, Madera, Mariposa, Merced, Mono, Stanislaus, and Tuolumne Counties UDW community.

UDW District 4 News

Statement on the election of Monica Montgomery Steppe to the San Diego Board of Supervisors

Statement from Doug Moore, Executive Director, United Domestic Workers (UDW/AFSCME Local 3930): Yesterday, the Monica Montgomery Steppe campaign celebrated a historic victory at UDW headquarters as Monica became the first Black woman ever to be elected to the San Diego Board of Supervisors, and the first African American elected to the board in over forty […]

‘Historic’ California child care deal slashes ‘family fees,’ promises rate overhaul. Here’s what it means for families and providers

Families of four with incomes of up to $96,300 are eligible for subsidized child care, under new state income limits, and those with incomes under roughly $85,000 will pay no ‘family fees’ for it BY KRISTEN TAKETA Child care providers across California are voting on an agreement some advocates are hailing as “transformative” for the beleaguered […]

California child care union wins raises in bargaining, reforms and waivers in state budget

After months of negotiations and a number of vigils, marches and rallies to spur public support, California’s unionized child care providers have reached a new labor deal with the state.