Workers First Vote Union


America faces crises on three critical fronts: a public health pandemic, an economic free fall and long-standing structural racism.

And too many of America's working families are suffering needlessly because of ineffectual leaders and their reckless policies.

Elections have consequences.

Working people need safe jobs, economic security and freedom from systemic racism. We need to vote for candidates who share our values, and vote out those who don't.

Make your voice heard this fall.

Together, we can truly make America great and build a nation that works for all working people.

Support Candidates Who Support Working Families

"Wall Street and the CEOs didn't build this country. The middle class did. And the middle class was built by unions."

—Vice President Joe Biden

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America's labor movement is mobilizing across the country, in every city, state and community to ensure pro-worker candidates are elected up and down the ballot. Join us. Opportunities to reach voters through virtual phone banks, peer-to-peer texting, and digital and in-person events in your area will be available soon.

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Recent News

UNITE HERE’s Culinary Union, the strongest political force in the state, ran an aggressive political effort during the Nevada Primary. The Culinary Union mobilized thousands of hospitality workers, immigrant, and Black voters to win primaries for candidates who will fight for our families.

The AFL-CIO, the country’s largest coalition of labor unions, endorsed Joe Biden for president Tuesday, with the organization’s top official vowing to wage an aggressive effort to help him defeat President Trump by reaching out to working-class voters.

Republicans and Democrats in Texas are locking horns over coronavirus-related efforts to expand voting by mail, with Republicans arguing it can fuel voter fraud and Democrats warning that disallowing it could harm turnout and sway results. The Texas Democratic Party has filed two lawsuits against state election officials and Republican Gov. Greg Abbott to extend the state’s limited mail-in eligibility. A state district judge Wednesday afternoon said he would grant Democrats an injunction to allow Texans to vote by mail; state Republicans are expected to appeal.

With the state and federal preliminary injunctions in place, chances are dwindling that the voter ID requirement will be carried out in any 2020 election. But the Court of Appeals panel disagreed, saying the evidence shows otherwise, pointing in part to rapid passage of the December 2018 law and the absence of certain public assistance IDs on the list of qualifying cards.