Tuesday, May 8 is Election Day in cities and towns across New Jersey when voters will elect Mayors and Councils in several municipalities. Working families have the opportunity to strengthen our voice in government by electing pro-worker candidates and fellow union members who seek election through the New Jersey State AFL-CIO Labor Candidates Program.
- Anthony Vauss, IUOE Local 68 is running for Irvington Mayor
- Ed Osborne, LIUNA 1153 is running for Newark City Council–at-Large
- Marge Caldwell Wilson, CWA 1087 is running for Trenton City Council-North Ward
- Jerell Blakeley, USW 397 is running for election to Trenton City Council- at-Large
These Labor Candidates share our values and are the union choice, endorsed by the New Jersey State AFL-CIO. We strongly encourage all union voters go to the polls and cast your vote for candidates who will fight for working families and our unions. Working together, the voice of working families will continue to be heard in the halls of government.
Polls will be open between 6:00 am and 8:00 pm in the following municipalities:
(Bayonne, Belleville, Irvington, Keansburg, Long Branch, Newark, Newton, Ocean City, Orange, Paterson, Pine Valley, Ridgewood, Teaneck, Teterboro, Trenton, Union City, & Weehawkin)