February 13, 2020
How you vote is a personal decision, but unions of working people like yours did the research, conducted interviews, and recommend these candidates in the March 3, 2020 primary election.
In 2020, North Carolina citizens have the opportunity, in Jessica Holmes, to vote for someone who will be a true champion of working people as their next Commissioner of Labor. After years of neglect under Cherie Berry, Jessica Holmes is the fighter we need leading the North Carolina Department of Labor.
The North Carolina State AFL-CIO is proud to announce 16 candidates it has endorsed in the 2020 elections—politicians who are dedicated to fighting for working people.
Several union members are running for office in local elections that will be decided Nov. 7, 2017, including Braxton Winston II, a member of IATSE Local 322 in Charlotte. How you vote is a personal decision, but we hope you’ll back Braxton and these other candidates.
We’ve endorsed Sabra Jean Faires for NC Supreme Court and Alma Adams for the 12th Congressional District. Here’s everything else you need to know about voting in the June 7th primary.
Southern Piedmont Central Labor Council, representing thousands of union members in the greater Charlotte area, has endorsed Alma Adams in her bid to represent working people in North Carolina’s newly-redrawn 12th Congressional District. Early voting for the June 7 primary election runs from May 26 to June 4.
Who you vote for is a personal decision. These are the only candidates who sought and received the endorsement of working people in the Fall 2015 local elections across North Carolina. Note that several union members are running for office in these elections, so we’ve noted them accordingly.
Who you vote for is a personal decision. We get that. We hope you will consider voting for the only candidates with the union label. Your vote does count!
If you needed another reason to vote on Tuesday Nov. 5th, let this be the one.
NC State AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer MaryBe McMillan’s letter to the editor of Indy Week to detail the many reasons why Cherie Berry doesn’t deserve to be re-elected Labor Commissioner.
The North Carolina State AFL-CIO is the largest association of local unions and union councils in North Carolina, representing over one-hundred and forty-thousand union members, fighting for good jobs, safe workplaces, workers’ rights, consumer protections, and quality public services on behalf of ALL working people.