This November, we must elect champions for working-class families. Political party doesn't matter when it comes to electing leaders who will be committed to protecting paychecks, retirement and social security benefits, and creating jobs that build America. It's up to us to use our voices and our votes to stop politicians who would repeal prevailing wage or weaken your union by passing right-to-work.
Talk to your neighbors, friends and co-workers about the issues that matter. Support candidates that will fight for working-class families. Get involved and continue to make a difference.
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MEMBERS IN ACTION
LIUNA members, organized labor, and Missouri voters sent a clear and decisive message that right-to-work is wrong for the working-class with the defeat of Proposition A. Read more.
In California, LIUNA members are mobilizing to stop Prop. 6 in November, which would cut vital investment and jeopardize bridge and road safety. Find out more.
LIUNA was successful in pushing Puerto Rico's Gov. Ricardo Rosselló to significantly increase the wages of construction workers on public projects. Read more.
LIUNA members spoke out in Illinois when a subcontractor for the Crawford Power Generating Station underpaid asbestos abatement workers. Read more.
In Philadelphia, LIUNA members gathered by the thousands with fellow union members to protest family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border. Read more.
In Canada, LIUNA partnered with the Toronto Police Service in a community outreach program to connect youth with LIUNA's training and skilled trade certification program. Read more.
In Nyack, New York, LIUNA member Allison Willis helped organize the city's first-ever Overdose Awareness Day after the loss of her husband to heroin. Read more.
In Washington State, members of LIUNA took to the streets, to rally in support of workers' rights at AGS. Read more.
LIUNA members worked the phones in Florida to remind union members to get to the polls in support of candidates who will create jobs and fight for working families. Read more.