Election Response Action & Resource Center

 

Over the past several weeks, UAW members and others in our broader community have increasingly been building discussions concerning the Trump administration’s refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power after the November election. We’ve joined with our labor community in King County in committing to take united action as necessary to protect our democracy — particularly given the intersecting and continuing fight against anti-Black racism and the ongoing COVID economic and health crises.

At this point, there’s a lot about the next few weeks that’s unpredictable, and the results of the election are unlikely to be finalized on Election Day. Regardless of what happens, our power to respond quickly to support each other and our broader communities comes — as always — from strong member-to-member organizing in every department. For more information, resources, and opportunities to get involved, check out the info below or get in touch with our Election Response Work Group

Take Action

Information and Resources

An FAQ on General Strikes is forthcoming soon! If you have any additional questions or concerns that aren’t covered above, please fill out this form or email <election-response@uaw4121.org

Get support 

If you or someone you know is facing any concerns about safety or harassment, please immediately:

  1. Contact the UAW 4121 Contract Enforcement Enforcement Working Group <contractenforcement@uaw4121.org> for immediate peer support and guidance on your rights under our contracts. More info here
  2. Contact UW SafeCampus at 206-685-7233. A Contract Enforcement Work Group representative can help with this if you’d like.

You can submit questions and concerns to the Election Response Workgroup by filling out this short form. If you have any other concerns, please contact the Election Response Work Group at election-response@uaw4121.org.

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