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Free voter registration help for union members, families

April 23, 2018 by admin in Labor News From Our Region with 0 Comments

VOTE. That’s the key to defeating Proposition A, the phony “right-to-work” (for less) law that will appear on the ballot in August or November.

Now there’s FREE HELP to ensure ALL union members and their families are REGISTERED to vote.

If you’re NOT REGISTERED, you CAN’T VOTE. August Primary deadline is July 11.

If you can’t vote, you can’t protect your pay, your health care or your benefits.

It’s that simple, yet a recent survey shows only a little over 80 percent of union members are registered to vote –– and only 43 percent of union spouses are registered.

That’s not good enough. It’s not nearly enough to defeat Proposition A (RTW).

To defeat this unjust anti-worker law, we need 100 percent of union members, spouses, voting age children and grandchildren registered and committed to voting on Election Day.


To help your local register members and families, the Missouri Alliance for Retired Americans (MoARA) and the A. Philip Randolph Institute (APRI) are offering to come to any union gathering and REGISTER members and families.

At no cost, they will provide materials, forms and manpower to register your members and their families.

To schedule a visit, contact Earline Jones (MoARA) at 314-660-4301 or Keith Robinson (APRI) at 314-609-5878.

If we are going to defeat Proposition A (RTW) this fall, you have to be REGISTERED and you have to VOTE.

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