Americans across our country are fighting to join unions because workers know that together, we can win better standards of living and working conditions.
Voting in this election will send a message from working families to our elected leaders that we want them to support the right to organize and collective bargaining which will result in good paying union jobs.
Hundreds of volunteers invest their time in labor walks each week because they care about the future of our labor movement, our communities and our country.
We train volunteers on how to use the latest campaign technology to visit their union brothers and sisters at their homes and have effective conversations about issues at stake in the upcoming election.
Check out pictures from today’s labor walks below!
To our affiliates and Central Labor Council Presidents, thank you for all that you do and continue to do to improve the lives of working families.
For information about voting, including voter registration, click here. The deadline to register to vote is Tuesday, October 18. Vote-by-mail ballots are currently being mailed, giving you the opportunity to have your say in your future. If you would like to receive a vote by mail ballot, the deadline to request one in the mail is Tuesday, November 1. For more information, visit njunionstrong.com.
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