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YOUR VOTE IS ESSENTIAL

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.

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Fifty-five years ago, in a speech to the convention of the Illinois AFL-CIO, the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. laid out with characteristic moral clarity the essential role of unions in American life.

This Labor Day, America’s working families are facing unprecedented challenges.

Recent News

Mitch McConnell has turned the Senate into a body that cares only about the wealthy and powerful.

Working people deserve real relief from COVID-19, which has killed more than 200,000 Americans. And we deserve a voice in the future of the Supreme Court. Using the precious final few days of the 116th Congress to ram through a Supreme Court nomination would deny us both, only adding insult to injury.

As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to protect workers and fight for us. President trump hasn't lived up to that noble rhetoric. The Economic Policy Institute reports on 50 ways that the Trump administration has been bad for workers. 

The authors of the study said:

This week, President Trump took part in an ABC town hall while Vice President Biden took part in a similar event hosted by CNN. While Trump showed us he still does not have a strategy to beat COVID-19 and fix the economy, Biden showed why he has earned our support. Here is some of what working people heard from both town halls.

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A complete and accurate count in the 2020 census is vital to working families in every corner of our country but the enumeration period ends soon and there are still communities with low response rates.