Political & Legislative Action
NYC Labor Votes
Building on the Labor Counts! Census 2020 campaign from 2018-2020, Labor Votes! will focus on educating, engaging and facilitating union members’ and their households’ ability to cast their ballot during the 2020 and 2021 elections. Labor Votes! is the member-to-member political program of the NYC Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO.
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"The NYC Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO congratulates all of our winning endorsed candidates in this year's primary elections, and we thank the many working people who participated in our City's political process by phonebanking, texting, knocking on doors and most importantly VOTING for pro-labo
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