On November 6, New Jersey voters will elect a United States Senator and all 12 members of the New Jersey House Delegation. They will also re-elect 33 incumbent labor candidates and 26 first time labor candidates, all of whom graduated from New Jersey’s highly-regarded Labor Candidates Program—a program designed to train, mentor, and campaign on behalf of rank-and-file union members running for political office.
New Jersey will play a pivotal role in this November's elections, which are shaping up to be among the most consequential in recent U.S. history, and it’s up to us to send a strong message to Washington by electing officials who share our values.
Our candidates are fighting for an economy that works for all of us, not just corporations and the wealthy. They are fighting to make healthcare more affordable, to raise the minimum wage, and to ensure equal pay for equal work.
Every vote counts. There is strength in numbers, and when we vote and encourage our family to vote, we can make difference. If you don’t stand up for what you believe in and elect candidates who will work for you, others will—and you may not like the outcome.