It’s time to get down to business, people. We’re less than one week from the biggest midterm election of our lives. Workers around the country are proving that when we show up, we win. So let’s get out the vote.
Here are two easy ways you can get involved today:
2. Tell Your Employer You Need Time Off to Vote
Reminder: California law provides you up to two hours off to vote if you do not have enough time to do so during non-work hours.
According to the Office of the California Secretary of State:
California Elections Code section 14000 allows workers up to two hours off, without a loss of pay, to vote if they do not have enough time to do so in their non-work hours. The law requires workers to give their employers two working days’ notice before the election if they will need to take time off to vote.
Be sure to give your employers two working days’ notice before the election if you will need time off to vote
2. Make Your Voting Plan
Find out where to vote, your registration status, and UFCW 770 candidate endorsements so you can make an informed vote on November 6th.
3. Get Out the Vote
CA-District 25 is one of the key seats that could flip the House in favor of working people next week. Take an hour out of your day this weekend and make a huge difference for years to come.
This is our chance to get heard. Let’s make some noise.