|INDIANA STATE AFL-CIO|
Nov. 4 is creeping up fast, and working people are knocking on doors, making phone calls and making sure their friends and neighbors are registered to vote so we're electing the kind of candidates who speak for us, not CEOs and corporations. You can make a big difference this election. It's as easy as picking up the phone and telling people who matter to you what's at stake this November. Make a call today, we're counting on you! Read more >>>
While volunteers around the country are on street corners, outside of groceries stores, at bus and subway stops and elsewhere to help people register to vote, you can get started right now, right here with just one click. If we’re going to beat back the attack on working families by the likes of Mitch McConnell, Scott Walker, the Koch brothers and other extremists, all of us—you and your family and friends—must be registered to vote. Read more >>>
Today the Indiana State AFL-CIO, a statewide federation of labor unions representing more than 300,000 active workers, announced endorsements of candidates for the 2014 General Election.
The endorsements are based on voting records, in-person interviews and responses to a questionnaire issued to all candidates. Affiliates of the Indiana State AFL-CIO met on Friday in Indianapolis to review the information and vote on endorsements.Read more >>>
Are you and your fellow union members ready for the Election?
Click here to access the information and resources you'll need to make sure worker-friendly candidates are successful on Election Day.Read more >>>
With the 2014 session of the Indiana General Assembly in the rear-view mirror and an election coming up this November, it’s important to know where your elected representatives stood on issues impacting working people like us.
Click here to view the 2014 Indiana AFL-CIO Legislative Scorecard for Indiana State Senate and Indiana House of Representatives.Read more >>>
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