While the results of today’s election are unlikely to be finalized this week, UAW 4121 members are coming together alongside our broader labor community to build the kind of mass mobilization and pressure that will be necessary to protect our democracy, particularly given the intersecting and continuing fight against anti-Black racism and the ongoing COVID economic and health crises.
VOTER INFORMATION: Find resources for talking with your students about the election here.
If you have trouble with voter registration or your ballot, check out these helpful resources from our colleagues in colleagues in GPSS and the Washington Student Association:
- The Voting Center on campus at the Dempsey Indoor Center: Anyone can visit to update their registration, register and print their ballot, or use accessible voting tech. The Voting Center is open: Saturday, October 31st: 10:00am-4:00pm; Monday, November 2nd: 8:30am-6:30pm; Tuesday, November 3rd: 8:30am-8:00pm.
- Ballot Box locations
- Registration and ballot FAQs
PHONE VOTERS IN SWING STATES: There’s still time today to phone voters in swing states! To join with other UAW members fill out this short form.
RALLIES TOMORROW: On November 4th, UAW 4121 members are joining with our local community in a show of solidarity and strength. At 5pm, there will be a rally at Occidental Park, then at 6:30, we will be co-hosting a rally with Seattle DSA, Councilmember Kshama Sawant, Radical Women Seattle, and other organizations. These are key opportunities for taking action that will help ground longer-term coordination on responses and strategy. RSVP HERE.
Election Response Action & Resource Center
Information and resources:
Key things that every UAW 4121 member can do to take action:
Monica Cortés Viharo