Informational picket at TruStone Finanical Credit Union Burnsville, MN Informational picket at TruStone Finanical Credit Union Burnsville, MN

Informational picket at TruStone Finanical Credit Union Burnsville, MN

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Read Joe Biden's Plan to Strengthen the U.S. Labor Movement

Joe Biden is the only serious presidential candidate who will devote time and effort to combating what he accurately calls "the war on organizing." Read his comprehensive plan for labor law reform here: https://joebiden.com/empowerworkers/

Make a Plan to Put a Pro-Worker President in the White House

Make a Plan to Put a Pro-Worker President in the White House

Visit https://www.workersfirstvoteunion.org/ today to make sure your voice is heard on Nov. 3. 

Sign up for the AT&T Signature Program

Sign up for the AT&T Signature Program
Feel like your wireless bill has gotten to be too much lately? It may be time for you to check out the AT&T Signature Program! Learn how union members like you can save on monthly service, eligible accessories, and more. Enroll today to start taking advantage of exclusive savings. Learn more: https://unionplus.deals/oie3

From Process to Policy, OPEIU Opposes New SCOTUS Appointment

The Office and Professional Employees International Union (OPEIU), AFL-CIO, opposes and is mobilizing against President Trump's decision to nominate a new Supreme Court justice just five weeks before a presidential election. The process of nominating a new justice at this time is unsupported by a majority of Americans, and threatens to uproot civil rights and liberties most Americans consider foundational.

Beyond the process-oriented issues with nominating a new justice before the American people cast their ballots on Nov. 3, Judge Amy Coney Barrett's anti-worker record will further jeopardize the already unstable future of working families across the U.S.

Are you registered to vote?

Today, Sept. 22, is National Voter Registration Day. With so much at stake during the Nov. 3 elections, it's never been more important to register to vote, make a plan to vote ... and then VOTE, either by mail or in-person.

Visit GO.AFLCIO.ORG/REGISTER to see if you're registered to vote, find your polling place and make casting your ballot on Nov. 3 as easy as possible.
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