Union members are talking to fellow union members on the doorstep, over the phone, and at the workplace about the issues that matter most to working families this November. From protecting retirement security, to advancing safety at work, raising wages, combating inflation, protecting our freedom to collectively bargain and more. Wisconsin union members are working to elect pro-worker candidates up and down the ballot who have a plan to prioritize working families while in office.
Get involved with our Labor 2022 voter education and mobilization program today. Sign up at wisaflcio.org/mobilize.
Click here for a schedule of October door-to-door canvasses and phone bank sessions.
Additional times and volunteer opportunities are available. Sign up at wisaflcio.org/mobilize and an organizer will be in touch.
View our list of union-approved candidates on the ballot November 8 here.
Election Day is fast approaching on November 8 and races couldn’t be tighter in Wisconsin. Join our Labor 2022 program today to learn about the issues important to working families as we get out the vote for working people this November.
Stephanie Bloomingdale, President, Wisconsin State AFL-CIO