ELECTION DAY! When We Vote, Working Families Win

Tired of politics as usual? VOTE! Think it’s time for a jobs and wage recovery? VOTE! Believe in government of, by, and for the people? VOTE! Ready for real working families representation? VOTE! This election, like any other, will come down to one thing: your vote.


This year’s election ballot holds enormous potential for advancing a pro-working families agenda across our state and nation. We have a chance to elect our union brother Donald Norcross, IBEW 351, to Congress, along with a bipartisan slate of labor-endorsed candidates. Assemblywoman Bonnie Watson Coleman would become the state’s first African-American woman to represent our state in Congress; Roy Cho would be the state’s first Asian-American U.S. Representative.

Our endorsed candidates, who you can learn more about HERE, have the progressive vision and drive to move our state forward by putting working families first. But before they can work for us, we have to work for them – that means getting out to vote, making sure our friends and family vote, and joining in our Labor 2014 Get-Out-the-Vote efforts.

CLICK HERE to find your polling location.

CLICK HERE to join our Get-Out-the-Vote labor walks nearest you.

Thank you to all of our dedicated volunteers, affiliates, Central Labor Councils, and Building Trades Councils for working seven days a week to achieve a working families victory tonight. And thank you for keeping up those efforts right up until the last vote is counted.

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