UCOMM PAC Launches Workers talking to Workers Campaign
Voters are heading to the polls in Georgia and workers are letting them know how important their vote is
Across the state of Georgia, voters have been coming out in record numbers to vote early in the two Senate runoff elections that will decide control of the Senate for the next two years. Nearly 1.7 million people have already voted and there are still two weeks to go until Election Day on January 5th.
Since the election is likely to come down to just a few thousand votes, UCOMM PAC has launched a new series of ads to get the union voters out. Although Georgia is a Right to Work state, there are still about 223,000 union voters in the states.
With the nation’s eyes on the Peach state, union members in New York have recorded messages to Georgia union voters asking them to vote so that the Senate can flip and important labor legislation can pass. A teacher asked them to vote so that we can have real progress on fighting the COVID-19 pandemic. You can see the messages below. UCOMM PAC is also encouraging everyone to join a Georgia Phonebank on Wednesday, December 30th. More details can be found below.