Walk and talk for labor votes

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The end is nigh!

Election Day is Tuesday, November 4th. Early Voting ends tomorrow (Saturday, November 1) at 1pm. The outcome of next week’s election will come down to the “ground game”, and time is running out to turnout union voters! Whoever hits the most doors, makes the most calls and turns out the most voters will win.

This is a crucial election for North Carolina’s working families. Good jobs, fair wages, care for our veterans, and security for our seniors are all on the line this time. It’s time to get our full team on the field.

Will you come out to help us win this one?

There is so much at stake in this election. Thom Tillis is Robin Hood in reverse. As speaker of the state House, he raised taxes on working families while providing tax breaks for the wealthy. He won’t stand up for equal pay for equal work, Social Security, Medicare, veterans’ care, or emergency unemployment benefits. This is not the future we want for North Carolina’s hardworking families.

Make the winning play for North Carolina!

Walk the walk this Saturday!

In Durham

What: Walk for votes
When: Saturday, Nov. 1 at noon
Where: Letter Carriers (NALC) Branch Office, 4122 Bennett Memorial Rd, Durham, NC 27705
RSVP on Facebook: http://bit.ly/durham-walk

For more info about the Durham walk, call Levis at 919-475-9070.

In Charlotte

What: Walk for votes
When: Saturday, Nov. 1 at 1:00 pm
Where: IATSE Local 322 union hall, 6101 Idlewild Rd., Charlotte, NC 28212
RSVP on Facebook: http://bit.ly/charlotte-walk

For more info about the Charlotte walk, call Ashley at 704-773-9558.

In Fayetteville

What: Walk for votes
When: Saturday, Nov. 1 at 10:00 am
Where: USW Local 959, 280 McCloskey Rd., Fayetteville, NC 28311
RSVP on Facebook: http://bit.ly/fayetteville-walk

For more info about the Fayetteville walk, call Mike at 202-740-1935.

Talk the talk!

Greensboro/Winston-Salem area

Contact: Lisa Hubbard – (336) 662-5863 // lhubbard@aflcio.org

-11/3: Phone Bank 8 -8pm – NALC – 3207 E. Bessemer Ave., Greensboro, NC 27405
-11/4: Phone Bank 8 -7pm – NALC – 3207 E. Bessemer Ave., Greensboro, NC 27405

Raleigh/Durham area

Contact: Michael Gravinese – (919) 833-6678 // mgravinese@hotmail.com

-11/3: Phone Bank 9am-8pm – NALC – 4122 Bennett Memorial Dr., Durham, NC 27705
-11/3: Phone Bank 9am-8pm – NC AFL-CIO – 1408 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC 27605
-11/4: Phone Bank 9am-6pm – NALC – 4122 Bennett Memorial Dr., Durham, NC 27705
-11/4: Phone Bank 9am-6pm – NC AFL-CIO – 1408 Hillsborough St., Raleigh, NC 27605

Fayetteville area

Contact: Mike Rosenblatt – (202) 740-1935 // rosenblatt.nvac@gmail.com

-11/3: Phone Bank 9am-8pm – USW 959 – 280 McCloskey Rd., Fayetteville, NC 28311
-11/4: Phone Bank 9am-6pm – USW 959 – 280 McCloskey Rd., Fayetteville, NC 28311

Charlotte area

Contact: Ashley Howard – (704) 773-9558 // ashleyhoward@ia322.com

-11/3: Phone Bank 9am-8pm – IATSE 322 – 6101 Idlewild Rd., Charlotte, NC 28212
-11/4: Phone Bank 9am-6pm – IATSE 322 – 6101 Idlewild Rd., Charlotte, NC 28212

Wilmington area

Contact: Jamey Charlet – (910) 409-1558 // workplace_democracy@yahoo.com

-11/3: Phone Bank 9am-8pm – ILA 1426 – 1305 S. 5th Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401
-11/4: Phone Bank 9am-6pm – ILA 1426 – 1305 S. 5th Ave., Wilmington, NC 28401

New Bern/Jacksonville area

Contact: Craig Schadewald – (252) 229-6942 // enclabor@gmail.com

-11/3: Phone Bank 10am-8pm – AFGE 2065 – 4124 Gum Brach Rd., Jacksonville, NC 28540
-11/4: Phone Bank 10am-8pm – USW 1167 – 1711 Racetrack Rd., New Bern, NC 28562