Coalition of Labor Union Women: Relaunch of Text Banking ‘Snappy Hour’

The Coalition of Labor Union Women (CLUW) has relaunched its text banking “Snappy Hour” events, where union members will be texting potential voters in Georgia and encouraging them to vote. The next event will be held Dec. 11. There will be two shifts, one from 5–7 p.m. ET and another from 8–10 p.m. ET.

“We also just sent a series of postcards to the printer, which will be distributed to our CLUW chapters across the country and then sent off to our union sisters in Georgia,” said CLUW President Elise Bryant (TNG-CWA). “This election could not be more important. In 1974, CLUW was founded on the belief that a woman's place is in her union. That is still true today, and we cannot stop there. That’s why we’re out there getting it done.”

Those interested in signing up for a shift can do so here. Attendees must have a phone and a computer available to join the event, and training will be provided.