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What’s Your Plan for Election Day?

AFSCME President Lee Saunders is in Wisconsin, helping get out the vote along with AFSCME Retirees in that state. Photo Credit: Javier Pierrand
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Do you have a plan for Tuesday, Election Day?

You already know how important this election is and you want to get out there and vote. Now is the time to make sure you and your family have a voting plan in place.

Do you know the answers to these questions?

Find Your Polling Place

Even if you’ve been voting in the same location for years, there’s always a chance your polling place has changed. Don’t leave it up to chance – this election is too important.

Click here to find and verify your polling place. 

Election Day is finally here and working people must make our voices heard if we want to stop powerful anti-union forces and corporate CEOs from continuing to rig the system against us. We’re only strong when we stand together and tomorrow is the day we do it.

Talk to your friends, neighbors and your union sisters and brothers, and tell them to get to the polls. Working people must speak with one voice on Election Day, so make a plan and write it down. Election Day gives us and all working people the chance to turn things around. Let’s win together!