Across Wisconsin, AFL-CIO endorsed candidates are visiting Labor 2010 volunteers to remind them just how important the member-to-member political program is. Working people trust political messages from their union more than any other source.
First and foremost, make sure that you actually vote. The polls open at 7 A.M. tomorrow and close at 8 P.M. Please take a moment to think about when voting fits into your schedule for the day. Not sure where to go? Click here to locate your polling location.
In addition to casting your vote, please do everything that you can to remind your friends, family and fellow union members to get to the polls for AFL-CIO endorsed candidates. Click here for information about endorsed pro-worker candidates.
Over the past three days AFL-CIO Labor 2010 volunteers visited about 17,000 union households and called more than 66,500 union voters. You can make sure that we finish strong when it matters most by showing up for GOTV activities in your area today and tomorrow.
Voting is both a right and responsibility. Make your voice heard and help to build a better future for Wisconsin.
(The latest GOTV pictures are available first on Flickr: http://flickr.com/wisaflcio. Top Photo: Senator Russ Feingold at a recent Labor 2010 GOTV Tailgate Party in Madison. Photo Credit: Sara Wallenfang. Top Right Photo: AFSCME volunteer Missy Sorenson with gubernatorial candidate Tom Barrett during Madison GOTV. Photo Credit: Kevin Gundlach. Left Photo: 7th Congressional District candidate Julie Lassa at the USW GOTV Rally in Wausau. Photo Credit Scott Wright. Bottom Right Photo: 8th Congressional District Rep. Steve Kagen at the USW GOTV Rally in Green Bay. Photo Credit: Mike Kolaske.)