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Leadership

As with all unions, the leadership of the International Brotherhood of Boilermakers comes from its members.

Members elect local lodge officers and delegates to the Consolidated Conventions held every five years. At the convention, the member-elected delegates elect International officers. Delegates, local lodge officers, and International officers are all members of the union.

Member-elected convention delegates also vote on changes to the International’s Constitution, which governs the actions of all International officers, staff, local lodges, and members.

At every level, members lead the union.

Members lead the union.

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