|Dear North Carolina Labor Member,Who we elect to local office matters a great deal to winning victories for working families on the issues that hit closest to home — like fair wages, paid leave, affordable housing, and holding officials accountable.|
Elections for many local governments across North Carolina will be held Tuesday, November 5th. Polls will be open from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm, but you don’t have to wait until next week to make your vote count in critically important local elections!Lookup your voter registration info and preview your ballot.
One-Stop Early Voting with Same-Day Registration ends this Friday, November 1st. If you missed the deadline to register or update your registration in order to vote on November 5th, this Friday is your last chance to vote in that election!
Click here to find early voting sites in your county.How you vote is a personal decision, but unions of working people like yours did the research, conducted interviews, and recommended a list of candidates in Fayetteville, Charlotte, Durham, Chapel Hill, Canton, and in the Triad who are proudly running with the union label — including union members!Check out our Labor 2019 voter guide for slates of endorsed candidates.
Yvonne Kinston (CWA) in Fayetteville, Braxton Winston (IATSE) in Charlotte, Gail Mull(USW) in Canton, and Mark Case (APWU) in Mills River are running to build independentpolitical power for all working people — white, black, or brown. We hope you will say “Count me in!” to vote and help Yvonne, Braxton, Gail, Mark, and our other endorsed candidates win on November 5th!In solidarity,Team NC AFL-CIO
Sat 25 January 2020 12:07 PM