Downpours Don’t Dampen Spirits or Slow Labor Walks Around the State


Volunteers wearing hooded sweatshirts and ponchos knocked on the doors of fellow union members throughout the state on Saturday morning, undeterred by the wet weather drenching New Jersey ahead of Hurricane Joaquin.

With 31 days remaining until the Nov. 3 election, our member-to-member labor program is in full swing. And with 67 rank-and-file union members seeking election to offices around the state, it’s imperative we do all that we can to help them win.


By electing pro-labor candidates, we can ensure that our progressive agenda advances and that the economy is rebalanced so it begins to work for middle-class families once again.

We are counting on you to help the labor movement to secure victory in this election. There are four more Saturday labor walks, as well as opportunities to go door-to-door on Election Day. Check out where and when you can join a labor walk by CLICKING HERE. See photos from Saturday’s labor walk by CLICKING HERE.

We’ll be out informing our brothers and sisters about their choices in the upcoming election every Saturday rain or shine through Election Day. We look forward to seeing you on a walk!

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